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Topic - Andrea Arnold
British director Andrea Arnold describes her experience creating a new film version of "Wuthering Heights" as "a very difficult journey."
A list of the 22 films in competition for the Golden Lion at the 68th Venice Film Festival, which will run from Aug. 31-Sept. 10.
British director Andrea Arnold, a juror, said it was a film "which dared to fail and be brave about life."
"I would absolutely hate it if my film got selected because I was a woman," said British director Andrea Arnold, whose films "Red Road" and "Fish Tank" both won prizes at Cannes. "It's true the world over in the world of film, there are just not that many women film directors. That's a great pity and a great disappointment."