Locarno 2012 Diary: Three French Directors Make Waves image

Locarno 2012 Diary: Three French Directors Make Waves

In the thirteenth of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Marc Menichini highlights some of the Gallic talent on display at this year's festival.

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Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi” Will Open 50th NYFF image

Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi” Will Open 50th NYFF

Ang Lee joins a small group of filmmakers who have had more than one film open the New York Film Festival and is the first to kick off the fest in 3D!

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Brisseau’s “Woman” Wins Top Prize at Locarno Fest image

Brisseau’s “Woman” Wins Top Prize at Locarno Fest

In Switzerland, the Locarno Film Festival came to a close with awards over the weekend. Major prizes went to films from France, South Korea, Austria, Japan, Portugal, China and the United States.

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IFP Sets Independent Film Week Plans

Independent Film Week offers opportunities for filmmakers to meet with industry professionals and discuss the future of film.

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Interview with Dominga Sotomayor, “Thursday Till Sunday” image

Interview with Dominga Sotomayor, “Thursday Till Sunday”

The Chilean director discusses her intimate portrait of an unraveling family, the universality of adolescence, working in cramped quarters and her decision to shoot on film.

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Alysa Nahmias & Benjamin Murray on “Unfinished Spaces” image

Alysa Nahmias & Benjamin Murray on “Unfinished Spaces”

The directors of this documentary screening at Latinbeat discuss their unique collaboration and the connection between architecture and Cuba's cultural identity.

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Locarno 2012 Diary: Reappraising Preminger’s Early Work image

Locarno 2012 Diary: Reappraising Preminger’s Early Work

In the twelfth of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Marc Menichini argues for the virtues of the great filmmaker's early, studio-commissioned works.

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Locarno 2012 Diary: Tension and Release

In the eleventh of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Michael Noredine calls Leviathan "the kind of film that creates an environment so visually and aurally complete as to be nearly indescribable."

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Locarno 2012 Diary: Fearing Other People

In the tenth of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Ari Gunnar Thorsteinsson looks at four festival selections that confront the alternate terrors of isolation and connection.

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Locarno 2012 Diary: Locarno’s Northern Lights image

Locarno 2012 Diary: Locarno’s Northern Lights

In the ninth in a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Adam Cook reflects on the sole Canadian offerings at this year's festival.

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