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Locarno 2018 / Filmmakers of the Present

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Review: Dead Horse Nebula

Review: Dead Horse Nebula

LOCARNO 2018: Tarık Aktaş, a young Turkish director born in Germany, screens his first mysterious feature film in the Filmmakers of the Present section  

14/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

A Land Imagined unexpectedly wins Locarno’s Golden Leopard

A Land Imagined unexpectedly wins Locarno’s Golden Leopard

LOCARNO 2018: The 2018 Locarno Film Festival, the sixth and final edition to be helmed by artistic director Carlo Chatrian, has proven all the predictions wrong by awarding the film by Yeo Siew Hua  

13/08 | Locarno 2018 | Competition/Filmmakers of the Present/Signs of Life/Piazza Grande/Awards

Matthieu Bareyre  • Director

Interview: Matthieu Bareyre • Director

"Young people are in a category of their own, both celebrated and denied"

LOCARNO 2018: We met with French director Matthieu Bareyre during the world premiere of his first feature, Young and Alive, unveiled at the Locarno Film Festival  

10/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

Antoine Russbach  • Director

Interview: Antoine Russbach • Director

"I try to give my characters a certain moral depth"

LOCARNO 2018: We caught up with Antoine Russbach, director of the discomforting feature Those Who Work, screened in the Filmmakers of the Present section of the Locarno Film Festival  

10/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Trot

Review: Trot

LOCARNO 2018: Silence, concealment and subtle glances turn out to be highly expressive tools in the excellent feature debut by Galicia’s Xacio Baño  

09/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: All Good

Review: All Good

The first feature by Eva Trobisch presents the untenable situation of a woman trying to deny the assault she has suffered by busying herself with everyday life  

08/08 | Thessaloniki 2018 | Competition

Review: A Family Submerged

Review: A Family Submerged

LOCARNO 2018: Argentinian actress María Alché’s feature debut is a drawn-out dream created in the mind of a woman who is in a state of shock following her sister’s death  

08/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Closing Time

Review: Closing Time

LOCARNO 2018: Swiss director Nicole Vögele is presenting her latest poetic feature, focusing on an all-night restaurant, at the Locarno Film Festival, in the Filmmakers of the Present section  

08/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Those Who Work

Review: Those Who Work

LOCARNO 2018: Young Swiss director Antoine Russbach is presenting his forceful, poetic feature debut in Filmmakers of the Present  

08/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

Review: Young and Alive

Review: Young and Alive

LOCARNO 2018: Matthieu Bareyre captures a mosaic of words, anger and dreams among the attacks and demonstrations in Paris, bursting with the same energy that lights up the night sky  

07/08 | Locarno 2018 | Filmmakers of the Present

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