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Locarno International Film Festival

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    Do Europeans Make the Best Documentaries About the U.S.?

    "Above and Below" and "My Name Is Gary" suggest the power of the outsider's eye.

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    Here's Why This Costa Rican Filmmaker is Getting International Attention

    His first feature screened at more than 30 international film festivals and now he's working on his follow-up.

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    Bulle Toujours: Locarno's Tribute to Bulle Ogier

    Although not well-known outside of Europe, the art-house legend has worked with Buñuel, Rivette, Fassbinder, and Oliveira — and that's the short list.

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    Even in Locarno, Swiss Cinema Fights for the Spotlight

    The anthology "Heimatland" fails to show off the country's fiction talent, but "Above and Below" proves their documentaries are as strong as ever.

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    Here's What It's Like to Be a Female Filmmaker in Morocco

    "We expect very specific things when a woman is making a film, and when those expectations are not fulfilled people get angry."

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    In Locarno, New Hybrids Test the Boundaries of Documentary

    "Academy of the Muses" and "Chi" push documentary away from journalism and towards the "nonfiction novel."

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    Here's the Turkish Filmmaker You Need to Know

    Serhat Karaaslan's short films have screened at Toronto, Locarno, Montpellier, Sarajevo, Istanbul and other festivals. He's now working on his first feature film.

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