- Associated Press - Thursday, July 29, 2010

A list of the films in competition for the Golden Lion at the 67th Venice Film Festival, which will run from Sept. 1-11.

“Black Swan,” by Darren Aronofsky, United States

“La Pecora Nera,” (Black Sheep), by Ascanio Celestini, Italy

“Somewhere,” by Sofia Coppola, United States

“Happy Few,” by Antony Cordier, France

“La Solitudine Dei Numeri Primi,” (“The Solitude of Prime Numbers”), by Saverio Costanzo, Italy

“Ovsyanki” (“Silent Souls”), by Aleksei Fedorchenko, Russia

“Promises Written in Water,” by Vincent Gallo, United States

“Road to Nowhere,” by Monte Hellman, United States

“Balada Triste de Trompeta” (“A Sad Trumpet Ballad”), by Alex de la Iglesia, Spain

“Venus Noire” (“Black Venus”), by Abdellatif Kechiche, France

“Post Mortem,” by Pablo Larrain, Chile

“Barney’s Version,” by Richard J. Lewis, Canada

“Noi Credevamo” (We Believed), by Mario Martone, Italy

“La Passione” (The Passion), by Carlo Mazzacurati, Italy

“Jusan-nin no shikaku” (“13 Assasins”), by Takashi Miike, Japan

“Potiche,” by Francois Ozon, France

“Meek’s Cutoff,” by Kelly Reichardt, United States

“Miral,” by Julian Schnabel, United States

“Noruwei no mori” (“Norwegian Wood”), by Anh Hung Tran, Japan

“Attenberg,” by Athina Rachel Tsangari, Greece

“Di Renjie zhi Tongtian diguo” (“Detective Dee and the Mystery of Phantom Flame”), by Tsui Hark, China

“Drei” (Three), by Tom Tykwer, Germany

And one surprise film

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