Stars Attend Photocalls for Their Films at the 69th Annual Venice Film Festival

 

Stars of films being shown and competing at the 69th Annual Venice Film Festival turned up for their movie’s photocall.

Kate Hudson and Liev Schreiber were pictured for The Reluctant Fundamentalist.

Winona Ryder, Michael Shannon and Ray Liotta were on hand for their film, The Iceman.   

ZacEfron and Maika Monroe attend the photocall for At Any Price.

Director Spike Lee was in attendance for his documentary, Bad 25 about the making of Michael Jackson’s album, Bad.  He was also honored for his career achievements at the festival.

The cast of Tai Chi O attend a photocall for the film.  Asian actors, Tony Leung Ka Fai, Angelababy Yang, Yuen Xiaochao and Eddie Peng were joined by director Stephen Fung and producer Kuo-Fu Chen.

The Venice International Film Festival runs through September 8.

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