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A Land Imagined - by Yeo Siew Hua - LOCARNO 2018: The winner of Locarno’s Golden Leopard is an outstanding detective thriller revolving around the existence of parallel realities and identities
A Land Imagined
by Yeo Siew Hua
LOCARNO 2018: The winner of Locarno’s Golden Leopard is an outstanding detective thriller revolving around the existence of parallel realities and identities
M - by Yolande Zauberman - LOCARNO 2018: Unstoppable director Yolande Zauberman competes at the Locarno Film Festival with her powerful new film, a portrait of a modern hero that offers no concessions
M
by Yolande Zauberman
LOCARNO 2018: Unstoppable director Yolande Zauberman competes at the Locarno Film Festival with her powerful new film, a portrait of a modern hero that offers no concessions
Too Late to Die Young - by Dominga Sotomayor - LOCARNO 2018: Dominga Sotomayor presents her second feature film, world-premiering in the International Competition section of the Locarno Film Festival
Too Late to Die Young
by Dominga Sotomayor
LOCARNO 2018: Dominga Sotomayor presents her second feature film, world-premiering in the International Competition section of the Locarno Film Festival
Alice T. - by Radu Muntean - LOCARNO 2018: Radu Muntean’s sixth feature, in competition at Locarno, is a rare, compelling portrait of teenage angst
Alice T.
by Radu Muntean
LOCARNO 2018: Radu Muntean’s sixth feature, in competition at Locarno, is a rare, compelling portrait of teenage angst
Ray & Liz - by Richard Billingham - LOCARNO 2018: Award-winning photographer Richard Billingham’s autobiographical first film gives an overpowering sense of how a bad relationship can create misery
Ray & Liz
by Richard Billingham
LOCARNO 2018: Award-winning photographer Richard Billingham’s autobiographical first film gives an overpowering sense of how a bad relationship can create misery
All Good - by Eva Trobisch - LOCARNO 2018: The first feature by Eva Trobisch presents the untenable situation of a woman trying to deny the assault she has suffered by busying herself with everyday life
All Good
by Eva Trobisch
LOCARNO 2018: The first feature by Eva Trobisch presents the untenable situation of a woman trying to deny the assault she has suffered by busying herself with everyday life
Closing Time - by Nicole Vögele - LOCARNO 2018: Swiss director Nicole Vögele is presenting her latest poetic feature, focusing on an all-night restaurant, at the Locarno Film Festival, in the Filmmakers of the Present section
Closing Time
by Nicole Vögele
LOCARNO 2018: Swiss director Nicole Vögele is presenting her latest poetic feature, focusing on an all-night restaurant, at the Locarno Film Festival, in the Filmmakers of the Present section
The World Is Yours - by Romain Gavras - CANNES 2018: Romain Gavras directs a hilarious film with a well-developed plot that leads to a gang of petty drug dealers pretending to be gangsters on the Costa Brava
The World Is Yours
by Romain Gavras
CANNES 2018: Romain Gavras directs a hilarious film with a well-developed plot that leads to a gang of petty drug dealers pretending to be gangsters on the Costa Brava

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