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Locarno International Film Festival

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    PODCAST: Why Our Favorite Films Struggle to Find Audiences

    Plus: Our two cents on the documentaries heading to the Toronto film festival this year.

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    Locarno Film Festival Announces 2015 Open Door Awards

    The Open Doors Screenings program that presents a selection of 22 films from Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia will continue through to the end of the Festival.

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    Edward Norton Discusses the Collaborative Process in Highlights from Locarno Film Festival Panel

    "Trust in your collaborators is the most liberating thing."

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    Locarno Review: Romantic Comedy or Philosophical Debate? Jose Luis Guerin's 'The Academy of Muses' is Both

    A university professor develops questionable relationships with his students in this surprisingly inventive feature.

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    Locarno Review: Satire and Surrealism Meet in Otar Iosseliani's Delightful 'Winter Song'

    The Georgian-French director's latest deadpan comedy is funny and bizarre in equal measures.

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    Locarno Review: Andrzej Zulawski's First Film in 15 Years, 'Cosmos,' Delivers the Crazy

    The Polish director's long-awaited adaptation of Witold Gombrowicz's absurdist novel defies any simple explanation.

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    Locarno Review: If Louie C.K. Were a Struggling Bosnian Actor, He Would Star in 'The Waiting Room'

    Director Igor Drljaca's portrait of Bosnian immigrant Jasmin Geljo's struggling acting career is sad, funny and deeply authentic.

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    Locarno Review: Lesbian Drama 'Summertime' Takes 'Blue is the Warmest Color' to the Countryside

    Catherine Corsini's tender romance takes place in 1971 and finds two women struggling to express their sexual identities.

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    Watch: Exclusive 'Chevalier' Teaser Will Baffle You with Bizarre Exploits and Games

    Men compete for the crown of their made up game, going to extreme lengths (including some nudity) to get the win.

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