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Palace for the People - by Boris Missirkov, Georgi Bogdanov - The documentary by Bulgarian filmmaking duo Boris Missirkov and Georgi Bogdanov looks at five monumental buildings of the communist era
Palace for the People
by Boris Missirkov, Georgi Bogdanov
The documentary by Bulgarian filmmaking duo Boris Missirkov and Georgi Bogdanov looks at five monumental buildings of the communist era
South Terminal - by Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche - Rabah Ameur-Zaimeche keeps things cryptic in this Kafkaesque tale of a country in meltdown, screening in competition at Locarno
South Terminal
by Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche
Rabah Ameur-Zaimeche keeps things cryptic in this Kafkaesque tale of a country in meltdown, screening in competition at Locarno
The August Virgin - by Jonás Trueba - By way of seemingly light-hearted details and conversations, Jonás Trueba introduces the viewer to the mood, the energy and the mindset of those who remain stranded in Madrid over the summer
The August Virgin
by Jonás Trueba
By way of seemingly light-hearted details and conversations, Jonás Trueba introduces the viewer to the mood, the energy and the mindset of those who remain stranded in Madrid over the summer
The Nest - by Roberto De Feo - The new film from Roberto De Feo is an homage to Italian horror cinema and offers interesting ideas, but the weakness of the script jeopardizes its potential
The Nest
by Roberto De Feo
The new film from Roberto De Feo is an homage to Italian horror cinema and offers interesting ideas, but the weakness of the script jeopardizes its potential
Adoration - by Fabrice du Welz - Fabrice du Welz concludes his Ardennes-based trilogy with the tale of two innocent and pure-hearted youngsters, Paul and Gloria, as they make a break for freedom
Adoration
by Fabrice du Welz
Fabrice du Welz concludes his Ardennes-based trilogy with the tale of two innocent and pure-hearted youngsters, Paul and Gloria, as they make a break for freedom
Oh Mercy! - by Arnaud Desplechin - CANNES 2019: Arnaud Desplechin tackles the genre of the crime thriller against the backdrop of poverty, but struggles to be convincing despite a great performance from Roschdy Zem
Oh Mercy!
by Arnaud Desplechin
CANNES 2019: Arnaud Desplechin tackles the genre of the crime thriller against the backdrop of poverty, but struggles to be convincing despite a great performance from Roschdy Zem
Vitalina Varela - by Pedro Costa - Pedro Costa returns to Locarno with his latest film, a sombre and uncompromising ode to a world that seems to fascinate him to the point of obsession
Vitalina Varela
by Pedro Costa
Pedro Costa returns to Locarno with his latest film, a sombre and uncompromising ode to a world that seems to fascinate him to the point of obsession
The Cold Raising the Cold - by Rong Guang Rong - Chinese director Rong Guang Rong, in league with Italian producer Ambra Corinti, offers up a brutal and unsettling film on the consequences of oppression
The Cold Raising the Cold
by Rong Guang Rong
Chinese director Rong Guang Rong, in league with Italian producer Ambra Corinti, offers up a brutal and unsettling film on the consequences of oppression
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