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335 articles available in total starting from 12/03/2014. Last article published on 16/09/2022.

The Locarno Film Festival’s acting awards will now be gender neutral

The Locarno Film Festival’s acting awards will now be gender neutral

The festival is following the example of the Berlinale and San Sebastián which made the same decision and obliterated the binary distinction between its acting prizes  

16/09 | Locarno 2023

The Zurich Film Festival unveils the programme for its 18th edition

The Zurich Film Festival unveils the programme for its 18th edition

"We’re thrilled to be welcoming more stars than ever this year", enthuses the festival's artistic director Christian Jungen  

15/09 | Zurich 2022

Review: Thunder

Review: Thunder

Swiss director Carmen Jaquier’s debut feature film captures the restlessness of a young woman at the end of the nineteenth century and her need for affection  

12/09 | Toronto 2022 | Platform

Review: Bentu

Review: Bentu

VENICE 2022: Salvatore Mereu presents a story of a deep friendship but also a portrait of the last vestiges of an archaic peasant world  

08/09 | Venice 2022 | Giornate degli Autori

Review: It Is Night in America

Review: It Is Night in America

Brazilian artist and director Ana Vaz encourages us to take an interest in the animal world that inhabits our cities, in the often difficult cohabitation between living species  

16/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

Review: Matter Out of Place

Review: Matter Out of Place

The prolific Austrian filmmaker Nikolaus Geyrhalter continues his investigation into the world around us, this time focusing on waste disposal and the people who make it possible  

15/08 | Locarno 2022 | Competition

Review: Nightsiren

Review: Nightsiren

Slovakian director Tereza Nvotová presents a drama with supernatural undertones which overturns tragically persistent stereotypes  

12/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

Review: Astrakan

Review: Astrakan

David Depesseville presents his debut feature film about adolescence, combining impressionism and cruel realism and exuding dark-to-sinister undertones  

11/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

Review: Sister, What Grows Where Land Is Sick?

Review: Sister, What Grows Where Land Is Sick?

Young Norwegian director Franciska Eliassen makes her debut with a very personal film encompassing ecofeminism and ancestral legends  

10/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

Review: Where is This Street? or With No Before and After

Review: Where is This Street? or With No Before and After

João Pedro Rodrigues and João Rui Guerra da Mata join forces to take on one of the cornerstones of Portuguese cinema: Paulo Rocha’s The Green Years  

09/08 | Locarno 2022 | Out of Competition

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