For the 70th edition of the Venice International Film Festival, a special project called Venezia 70 – Future Reloaded commissioned seventy filmmakers to create a 60-90 second short film paying tribute to the long-running fest as a whole and serving as a reflection on the future of cinema. Athina Rachel Tsangari (Greek director of the excellent 2010 work Attenberg) drew upon Jean-Luc Godard’s classic Contempt (1963) for her short, entitled 24 Frames Per Century, a brief but beautifully melancholic take on what is yet to come for the movies with two talking film projectors contemplating the uncertainty of their continued existence.