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?
Now in its 13th year, the Latinbeat film festival delivers a sampling of the best recent Latin American cinema, including bold new fiction works and strong documentaries that explore uncharted aspects of the region's history and culture and that travel beyond capital borders.