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Locarno 2022 / Cineasti del presente

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15 articles available in total starting from 06/07/2022. Last article published on 16/08/2022.

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Review: Matadero

Review: Matadero

Argentinian director Santiago Fillol transforms Esteban Echeverría's chilling tale into images  

16/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

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

Tereza Nvotová • Director of Nightsiren

Interview: Tereza Nvotová • Director of Nightsiren

“We realised that many of our beloved traditions exist to preserve the status quo”

The Slovak filmmaker talks about her film, which deals with conservative traditions, the patriarchy and female empowerment, and just won the Golden Leopard in the Cineasti del presente section  

15/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

Rule 34 wins the Golden Leopard in Locarno

Rule 34 wins the Golden Leopard in Locarno

The festival put the powerful and radical film by Brazilian director Júlia Murat on the top step of the podium, while the films by Alessandro Comodin and Valentina Maurel also won awards  

15/08 | Locarno 2022 | Awards

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: Safe Place

Review: Safe Place

One brother tries to save another in an unsympathetic environment and against all odds in Juraj Lerotić's psychologically charged debut  

12/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

Bianca Lucas • Director of Love Dog

Interview: Bianca Lucas • Director of Love Dog

"I think everything you see is an extreme version of a person that exists in all of us"

In her first feature film, the Polish director tries to give a realistic insight into the grieving process  

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

Julie Lerat-Gersant • Director of Little Ones

Interview: Julie Lerat-Gersant • Director of Little Ones

“The actresses were distracted from their own acting and this made everything feel much more authentic and natural”

The French director discusses her film, in which a teenager needs to find the way to break free from her mother in order to decide about the fate of the child she is pregnant with  

09/08 | Locarno 2022 | Cineasti del presente

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