Franca Sozzani: coming to a movie theater near you?The editor in chief of Vogue Italia is the protagonist of “Franca: Chaos and Creation,” a documentary movie filmed by her son Francesco Carrozzini, who drew a personal, emotional portrait of his mother and her creative work.“Franca: Chaos and Creation” will be one of three Italian movies to compete in the “Cinema in the Garden” category at the upcoming Venice Film Festival, running from Aug. 31 to Sept. 10.The movie, which will be screened on Sept. 2, includes interviews with Karl Lagerfeld, Bruce Weber, Baz Luhrmann and Courtney Love, among others.The other two movies competing in the category are Gabriele Muccino’s “L’Estate Addosso” and “Robinù,” a documentary on Naples’ troubled Scampia neighborhood directed by journalist Michele Santoro.
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