Marco Muller will be, Marco Muller stays. Mostra starts today its 68th edition and that seems to be the big question, beyond of impeccable programming and homespun controversies that both like to local media. The American press says the director of the Mostra since 2004 would be paying attention to the siren songs coming from Rome, a festival which competes for stealing protagonism to Venice since its creation and which ensure a remarkable effect with its signing coup. Tony Parker shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. The Italian press, however, does not believe anything and thus made Muller renewal thanks to her love affair with the director of the Biennale, Paolo Baratta. Whatever this edition of the Venetian festival promises to be the best in the last few years, with plenty of famous names, good Auteur cinema and a tremendous dose of stars, something that can not miss on any festival claiming the much-desired media attention. Source of the news:: Una Mostra at the crossroads.