The 71st Venice Film Festival runs from 27 August to 6th September.

Getty Images offers all bloggers the opportunity to select, embed and share multiple images from the Venice Film Festival – at no cost – for non-commercial use on websites, blogs and social media channels.

This gallery will be updated throughout the festival but you can find all images here

Embedded images are fully responsive and they will look great on mobile or tablet devices as well as on full size screens.

Embedded images will include photographer attribution and, when clicked, will link back to www.gettyimages.com where the image can be licensed for commercial use. This will provide people with a simple and legal way to utilize content that respects creators’ rights, including the opportunity to generate licensing revenue.

The embed capability will be supported anywhere HTML can be posted and users will also be able to share images on major social platforms including Twitter, as well as WordPress, which, with 75 million users, is the world’s most popular blogging platform.

For more details, check out www.gettyimages.com/embed or for questions contact embed.support@gettyimages.com

About the embed code

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