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Toronto 2019 / Wavelengths

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Review: Those That, at a Distance, Resemble Another

Review: Those That, at a Distance, Resemble Another

Argentine-British filmmaker Jessica Sarah Rinland makes her debut with a poetic essay on conservation and restoration processes carried out in museums  

06/09 | Toronto 2019 | Wavelengths

Review: 143 Sahara Street

Review: 143 Sahara Street

Hassen Ferhani’s Locarno prizewinning documentary about a truck stop in the Sahara desert is a slow-burning delight  

23/08 | Locarno 2019 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Vitalina Varela

Review: Vitalina Varela

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  

19/08 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Eloy Enciso  • Director of Endless Night

Interview: Eloy Enciso • Director of Endless Night

“Cinema is a vehicle for exploration as well as storytelling”

Galician director Eloy Enciso, competing at the Locarno International Film Festival with his second feature, Endless Night, gives us the inside story on his evocative new film  

14/08 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Toronto announces its Contemporary World Cinema selection

Toronto announces its Contemporary World Cinema selection

The festival also adds more Gala and Special Presentations to its line-up, and announced its Masters and Wavelengths sections  

14/08 | Toronto 2019 | Galas/Special Presentations/Contemporary World Cinema/Wavelengths

Review: Endless Night

Review: Endless Night

Galician filmmaker Eloy Enciso crafts a shadowy, dreamlike film that stares into the open wound of Francoist repression  

14/08 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Maya Da-Rin • Director of The Fever

Interview: Maya Da-Rin • Director of The Fever

“Cinema has the propensity to exoticize indigenous peoples”

Brazilian director Maya Da-Rin tells us about her debut feature, The Fever, selected in competition in Locarno  

12/08 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Review: The Fever

Review: The Fever

Hovering between dream and reality, this film by director Maya Da-Rin takes us by the hand and guides us through the complex universe of Brazil’s indigenous Desana community  

08/08 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Óliver Laxe • Director of Fire Will Come

Interview: Óliver Laxe • Director of Fire Will Come

"Beauty has its laws, and you have to suffer to get some of it"

CANNES 2019: Spanish filmmaker Óliver Laxe discusses everything behind his acclaimed Un Certain Regard entry Fire Will Come  

24/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Liberté

Review: Liberté

CANNES 2019: Albert Serra invites us to partake in the nocturnal wanderings of a group of sadien libertines as the liminal surrounds of the forest rustle with their desires  

22/05 | Cannes 2019 | Un Certain Regard

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