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Locarno International Film Festival

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    Japan From the Outside

    Japan and Mexico joined forces this year at the Locarno Film Festival

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    Opening Doors for African Film at Locarno

    On the small but expanding world of African independent cinema.

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    Milkyway Magic: The Creative Genius of Johnnie To and Soi Cheang

    Thanks to director/writer/producer Johnnie To, the commercial cinema of Hong Kong has entered a golden age. Since forming Milkyway Image Ltd. in 1996, To has helped produce over fifty films, and has directed or co-directed over half of them himself. While other Hong Kong filmmakers were being e...

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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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    Days of Future Women Past: The Films of Marco Ferreri and Ornella Muti

    On the ominous and uncomfortable visions of Marco Ferreri and Ornella Muti.

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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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    Interview: Apichatpong Weerasethakul Recalls His Past Films and Future Plans

    The director of "Uncle Boonmee" on upcoming projects, his cinematic inspiration, and how it feels to be the president of the jury at the 2012 Locarno Film Festival.

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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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    Some Theories About Rodney Ascher's 'Room 237'

    Is this documentary about Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" a work of criticism, or a critique of criticism?

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