In the third of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Celluloid Liberation Front describes Compliance as "a monstrous story" that feels "urgent and timely."
In the second in a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Beatrice Behn explores the tangled moral and political landscape of Cate Shortland’s Lore.
In the first in a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Ari Gunnar Thorsteinsson reflects on upturned trailers, femme fatales, and a sharp-toothed teen romance.
Just as the Locarno fest aims to showcase new auteurs, this week it's also shining a spotlight on emerging film critics.
Striking a balance between glamour and a global program, Locarno chief Olivier Père has embraced American indies in competition this year.
The influence of the New York Film Festival's non-competition model can be seen around the world, but will we ever really move beyond the Big Three: Cannes, Venice, Berlin?