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    Locarno Film Festival to Show Complete George Cukor Retrospective at 2013 Fest

    “My Fair Lady” director George Cukor has been selected as the subject of the Locarno International Film Festival’s 2013 retrospective. In addition, fest organizers have solidified the selection committee for the 66th annual Locarno event, which runs August 7-17 next year.

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    Locarno Film Festival Selects Journalist and Critic Carlo Chatrian as New Artistic Director

    The Board of Governors of the Locarno Film Festival has chosen journalist and film critic Carlo Chatrian as its new artistic director. He succeeds Olivier Père, who stepped down last week to take over Arte France Cinéma, beginning November 1.

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    Locarno Film Festival Artistic Director Olivier Père Leaves Post After Three Years

    Locarno Interntional Film Festival artistic director Olivier Père is leaving his post after three years in the position, festival organizers announced Monday. He will take on the role of general director of Arte France Cinema.

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    Critical Consensus: The Locarno Critics Academy Breaks Down the 2012 Festival

    Critical Consensus is a biweekly column in which critics discuss new releases or events in the film world. In this special edition, Indiewire critic Eric Kohn moderates a discussion with the eight participants in the 2012 Locarno Critics Academy, a workshop for college-age film critics that took ...

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    Locarno Review: Markus Imhoof's Insightful "More Than Honey" Concerns a Lot More Than Bees in Crisis

    Markus Imhoof's "More Than Honey" makes a convincing argument for the role of bees sustaining both organic and industrial concerns, not to mention their own complex set of behaviors. Facing crises that threaten to impact their existence as well as various marketplaces that rely on thei...

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    Locarno Film Festival Announces 2012 Prize Winners; 'Girl From Nowhere' Takes Golden Leopard

    The Locarno Film Festival announced the winners of its various competition sections ahead of an award ceremony at the festival's Piazza Grande tonight. The jury for the international competition, headed by Palme d'Or-winning Thai filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul, awarded the venerable Gol...

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    Locarno Review: An Awkward Loner Made Mesmerizing in the Canadian Feature 'Tower'

    Locarno Review: An Awkward Loner Made Mesmerizing in the Canadian Feature 'Tower'

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    Toby Jones On Choosing Roles, Avoiding Hollywood and the Crisis of Global Politics

    Toby Jones On Choosing Roles, Avoiding Hollywood and the Crisis of Global Politics

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    Masterful Fishing Doc 'Leviathan' Presents a Fresh Take on the Nature Documentary Form

    There are moments in "Leviathan" so breathtaking that it's easy to forget they're also familiar. The movie could take place on another planet; instead, it peers at this one from a jarring and entirely fresh point of view.

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    Locarno Review: Lovely, Powerful Fine Art Tribute 'Museum Hours' Finds Jem Cohen Successfully Transitioning to Narrative Form

    To date, Jem Cohen has made intimate non-fiction diary films rooted in an attentiveness to atmosphere and riddled with small observations rendered in profound terms. While his new feature "Museum Hours" is technically his first narrative effort, with a pair of amateur performances and the ...

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