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Locarno 2015


34 articles available in total starting from 13/05/2015. Last article published on 19/08/2015.

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Deux Rémi, deux, a delicately subversive comedy

Deux Rémi, deux, a delicately subversive comedy

LOCARNO 2015: The film by Pierre Léon, which was screened in the Signs of Life section of the 68th Locarno Film Festival, stuns with its free and bold style  

19/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Signs of Life

The Sky Trembles…, a tragic yet cathartic spiritual journey

The Sky Trembles…, a tragic yet cathartic spiritual journey

LOCARNO 2015: Ben Rivers' film, which was screened in its global premiere in competition at Locarno, is a delicate and cutting object to be handled with care  

18/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Competition

Tikkun wins Locarno’s Special Jury Prize

Tikkun wins Locarno’s Special Jury Prize

The film by Israeli director Avishai Sivan is one of the main winners in the Swiss gathering  

17/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Israel

Bridging the Dragon discusses co-producing and shooting in China

Bridging the Dragon discusses co-producing and shooting in China

LOCARNO 2015: Chinese film-industry players explored the latest trends in the film market; Europe can contribute both quality and experience  

17/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Industry

The winners of the 68th Locarno Film Festival: independent and surprising

The winners of the 68th Locarno Film Festival: independent and surprising

LOCARNO 2015: The Locarno Film Festival remains true to form with a list of winners that supports independent and lesser-known cinema  

17/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Awards

The Woods Dreams Are Made of: A portrait of a utopian society immersed in nature

The Woods Dreams Are Made of: A portrait of a utopian society immersed in nature

LOCARNO 2015: Claire Simon films the "inhabitants" of the Bois de Vincennes with courage and sensitivity in this moving documentary  

14/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Out of Competition

Vincent Macaigne’s Dom Juan, between incitement and freedom

Vincent Macaigne’s Dom Juan, between incitement and freedom

LOCARNO 2015: The film of multifaceted French director Vincent Macaigne in competition in the Cineasti del presente section of the Locarno Film Festival  

14/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Cineasti del presente

Lampedusa in Winter: “Dedicated to Europe”

Lampedusa in Winter: “Dedicated to Europe”

LOCARNO 2015: The film by young Austrian director Jakob Brossmann, shown recently in the Critics' Week at the Locarno Film Festival, unveils the hidden face of an all-too-often forgotten island  

14/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Critics' Week

On Football: All about my father

On Football: All about my father

LOCARNO 2015: The Spanish film, screened in competition at Locarno, is a complicated balancing act between reality and fiction, based on the real-life encounter between the director and his father  

14/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Competition

Chevalier, a tragicomic portrait of the contemporary male

Chevalier, a tragicomic portrait of the contemporary male

LOCARNO 2015: The latest film of Athina Rachel Tsangari, screened in the International Competition at Locarno, is an unforgiving journey into the mind of modern man  

13/08/2015 | Locarno 2015 | Competition

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