A Gentle Creature (2017)
BPM (Beats Per Minute) (2017)
Western (2017)
Scary Mother (2017)
The Nile Hilton Incident (2017)
The Erlprince (2016)
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Film Focus

Full presentations of films (interviews, videos, trailers, photo gallery, etc.). On this page you will find the more recent focuses. You can search for a specific film by using the Cineuropa "search" function. The films are sorted by title.

 

Grain by Semih Kaplanoğlu

16/08/2017

Turkish auteur Semih Kaplanoğlu delivers his most ambitious work of art after a seven-year absence, a quest towards humanity’s terminal threats.  

Buğday

Buğday

Scary Mother by Ana Urushadze

11/08/2017

In her debut feature, Georgian director Ana Urushadze tackles the restrictions that society and families force upon women, mothers and wives.  

Sashishi Deda

Sashishi Deda

Winter Brothers by Hlynur Pálmason

09/08/2017

Icelandic filmmaker Hlynur Pálmason delivers a solid cinematographic debut that is both visually and narratively remarkable, and which is screening in competition at Locarno.  

Vinterbrødre

Vinterbrødre

Charleston by Andrei Cretulescu

08/08/2017

Andrei Cretulescu’s first feature-length film proves that Romanian cinema is ready to explore new styles and genres.  

Charleston

Charleston

Damned Summer by Pedro Cabeleira

08/08/2017

The first feature-length film by young Portuguese director Pedro Cabeleira is a strong and mysterious homage to youth.  

Verão danado

Verão danado

A Skin So Soft by Denis Côté

05/08/2017

The latest feature by Denis Côté is being presented in the international competition at Locarno, taking us on an intimate journey with some modern-day gladiators.  

Ta peau si lisse

Ta peau si lisse

Freedom by Jan Speckenbach

03/08/2017

German filmmaker Jan Speckenbach explores the limits of freedom and the desires behind the pursuit of it in the unsatisfactory social environment of a lost generation.  

Freiheit

Freiheit

A Gentle Creature by Sergei Loznitsa

02/08/2017

Sergei Loznitsa is back with a piece on totalitarianism and the Russian spirit, mixing abundance and austerity, which could have been exceptional.  

Krotkaya

Krotkaya

Out by György Kristóf

19/07/2017

Slovak filmmaker György Kristóf unveils his first feature-length release; a film of substantial formal quality that straddles the gap between social realism and absurdist parable.  

The Erlprince by Kuba Czekaj

16/07/2017

Kuba Czekaj’s film, inspired by Goethe, confirms the young filmmaker’s potential.  

Królewicz Olch

Królewicz Olch
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