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Locarno International Film Festival

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    In New Films From Israel and Sri Lanka, Faith Struggles in the Shadows

    With extreme violence and talking alligators, "TIkkun" and "Dark in the White Light" examine the meaning death gives to life.

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    This Young Israeli Filmmaker Shot This Short Film Under the Radar of the Military

    "As every human with a gentle soul being compelled to become part of military enviroment, I had to leave my gentleness in a box and keep it away from me."

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    The Best School for This Filmmaker? Life

    This Swiss filmmaker found fortuitous slip-ups and unplanned circumstances pointed him in the right direction for a filmmaking career.

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    Locarno Honors Forgotten Soviet Master Marlen Khutsiev

    Locarno's lifetime achievement award went to a filmmaker whose work is pitched somewhere between Terences Davies and Malick.

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    This Serbian Director Embodies a DIY Spirit

    "You really have to do everything: to be the control freak, to know everything, to do everything."

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    In Films From the Balkans, Archival Footage Bears Witness to War

    From the story of a (fictional) war criminal to an aspiring actor, revisiting the past through a grainy lens.

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