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Locarno 2018

Review: Dead Horse Nebula

Review: Dead Horse Nebula

LOCARNO 2018: Tarık Aktaş, a young Turkish director born in Germany, screens his first mysterious feature film in the Filmmakers of the Present section  

14/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Just Like My Son

Review: Just Like My Son

LOCARNO 2018: Screened as a world premiere out of competition at the 71st Locarno Film Festival, Costanza Quatriglio’s latest film weaves together reality and fiction with impressive sensitivity  

14/08 | Locarno 2018 | Out of Competition

Radu Muntean  • Director

Interview: Radu Muntean • Director

"I wanted to make a film about how, in our search for identity, we need unconditional love"

LOCARNO 2018: We chatted to Romanian director Radu Muntean, whose sixth feature, Alice T., screened in the official competition of the Locarno Film Festival and won an award to boot  

13/08 | Locarno 2018 | Competition

Review: A Land Imagined

Review: A Land Imagined

LOCARNO 2018: The winner of Locarno’s Golden Leopard is an outstanding detective thriller revolving around the existence of parallel realities and identities  

13/08 | Locarno 2018 | Competition

A Land Imagined unexpectedly wins Locarno’s Golden Leopard

A Land Imagined unexpectedly wins Locarno’s Golden Leopard

LOCARNO 2018: The 2018 Locarno Film Festival, the sixth and final edition to be helmed by artistic director Carlo Chatrian, has proven all the predictions wrong by awarding the film by Yeo Siew Hua  

13/08 | Locarno 2018 | Competition/Filmmakers of the Present/Signs of Life/Piazza Grande/Awards

Matthieu Bareyre  • Director

Interview: Matthieu Bareyre • Director

"Young people are in a category of their own, both celebrated and denied"

LOCARNO 2018: We met with French director Matthieu Bareyre during the world premiere of his first feature, Young and Alive, unveiled at the Locarno Film Festival  

10/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Ruben Brandt, Collector

Review: Ruben Brandt, Collector

LOCARNO 2018: Milorad Krstić’s new movie is one of the best animated films to come out of Europe since 2003’s Belleville Rendez-vous  

10/08 | Locarno 2018 | Piazza Grande

Review: Too Late To Die Young

Review: Too Late To Die Young

LOCARNO 2018: Dominga Sotomayor presents her second feature film, world-premiering in the International Competition section of the Locarno Film Festival  

10/08 | Locarno 2018 | Competition

Review: A Winter’s Tale

Review: A Winter’s Tale

LOCARNO 2018: German director Jan Bonny presents his second feature, a deliberately violent and disturbing work, in Locarno’s international competition  

10/08 | Locarno 2018 | Competition

Review: Anything and All

Review: Anything and All

LOCARNO 2018: Portugal’s Dídio Pestana makes his feature-length debut with a poetic existentialist essay about the struggle between memory and the passage of time  

10/08 | Locarno 2018 | Signs of Life