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Locarno International Film Festival

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    Locarno Review: How Do You Turn Architecture Into a Love Story? On Eugene Green's Brilliant 'The Sapience'

    The French-American director's new movie explores the cathartic power of art in moving and surprising ways.

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    Locarno Review: If Judd Apatow Made a Lesbian Sex Comedy, It Might Look Something Like 'Love Island'

    Ariane Labed ("Attenberg") stars in this goofy romantic comedy that's smarter than it looks.

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    Locarno Review: North Korean History Takes on Personal Dimension in 'Songs From the North'

    There have been several movies made about the situation in North Korea, but Soon-mi Yoo's touching film gets intimate with the country's problems.

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    Locarno Review: Sex, Coconuts and Death Distinguish Impressive Debut 'Ventos de Agosto'

    Brazilian documentarian Gabriel Mascaro's first narrative feature is a beautiful meditation on life and death.

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    Locarno Review: Why Lav Diaz's Five-Hour-Plus 'From What Is Before' Justifies Its Length

    The Phillipine director is known for making really long movies. The new one just happens to be a masterpiece.

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    Melanie Griffith Won't Watch '50 Shades of Grey' But Rediscovers Alcoholism in 'Thirst'

    Melanie Griffith hasn't appeared in a major feature film in several years, but that doesn't mean she's dropped out of the game or stopped looking for new challenges.

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    Why the Locarno Film Festival is Unlike Any Other Moviegoing Experience

    The Swiss festival begins its latest edition this week with a wide variety of cinematic possibilities. Here's why you should be paying attention.

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    Watch: Exclusive Clip from Eran Riklis' 'Dancing Arab' Breaks Down Barriers

    "Dancing Arabs," the newest film by Eran Riklis ("The Syrian Bride," "The Human Resources Manager," "Lemon Tree," "Zaytoun") is based on Sayed Kashua's tragicomic novel about a young Arab Israeli who tries to fit in to Jewish society, to the chagrin of his politically radical family.

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