Timothee Chalamet’s much-awaited science fiction epic Dune will premiere at the Venice Film Festival

The long-awaited science fiction epic film Dune, which stars Timothee Chalamet, will have its world premiere at the upcoming Venice Film Festival.

The hotly-anticipated feature, which is based on Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel of the same name and directed by Denis Villeneuve, will make its debut out-of-competition on September 3rd.

The flick was originally supposed to have its premiere in November of 2020 and has since been set back for several factors, including the onset of the global pandemic. 

Big release: The Timothee Chalamet-lead Dune adaptation will have its world premiere at the upcoming Venice Film Festival on September 3rd

The feature will follow Paul Atreides, played by the 25-year-old lead, who is tasked with traveling to the desert planet Arrakis in the midst of a conflict regarding the control of a life-enhancing drug called Melange, also known as ‘spice.’

The film boasts an ensemble cast, with Oscar Isaac and

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Art Meets Science at Athens Science Festival | various , video

ATHENS — What does artificial intelligence have in common with jazz music? How did the Covid-19 pandemic affect creativity and experimentation? Can robots develop artistic tendencies? Are science and art two unrelated worlds, or do they complete each other?

We tend to associate science with logic, objectivity and rules, and art with imagination, subjectivity and freedom. However, if we take a closer look, we realise that these two worlds do not oppose each other, but they are indeed complementary. 

This year, Athens Science Festival will attempt to explore and highlight that complementarity between art and science. From March 27th to 29th, 2021, ASF returns, online and in live broadcast from Technopolis City of Athens, to introduce us to “An era of Heroes”. Through exciting live talks and innovative digital events, the largest science festival in Greece will present the latest developments in the relationship between science and art by asking

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