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Locarno 2014

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    Kino Lorber Acquires 'La Sapienza,' Eugène Green's Ode to Italian Architecture

    "La Sapienza," which was one of our critic's favorite films at Locarno, has now been acquired for U.S. distribution.

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    Conversation with Victor Erice at the Locarno Film Festival

    Spanish filmmaker Víctor Erice received the Pardo alla Carriera award at the Locarno Film Festival for his extraordinary contribution to film.

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    Unpacking My Locarno Summer Academy Experience (Filmmaker Inspirations)

    The inspiration was infectious but, I must admit the entire Locarno experience threw me a curveball, or maybe it is more like a wake up call. As an emerging filmmaker less than a year out of the London Film School, I thought I had a pretty clear idea of where I wanted my creative and professional pa...

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    Are Projectionists Dinosaurs in the Age of Digital Cinema?

    Once upon a time, film projectionists were stars. Between 1895 and 1897, people would pay in order to see the brand new technology that allowed moving images to be projected on a screen. But more than 100 years later, film projectionists are a dying breed. Indiewire spoke to projectionists at the re...

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    "Listen Up Philip" at the Locarno International Film Festival

    A discussion with writer/director Alex Ross Perry, stars Jason Schwartzman and Jonathan Pryce, and cinematographer Sean Price Williams was held on 12 August 2014.

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    Susan Kouguell Interviews Joel Potrykus, Writer, Director, Editor and co-star of "Buzzard"

    Returning to the Locarno International Film Festival after winning for Best New Director in 2012 for his feature "Ape," Joel Potrykus and his Sob Noisse collaborators are receiving quite the buzz in the American independent film scene. I met with Joel Potrykus during the Festival to talk about his f...

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    In 'Songs From the North' and 'Durak,' Community Goes to Extremes

    From the enforced unity of North Korea to the crumbling world of the former Soviet Union.

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    From 'Modern Times' to 'The Iron Ministry': Learning to Love the Machine

    Charlie Chaplin bemoaned humanity ground down inside the machine, but on China's railways, we're just along for the ride.

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    'The Iron Ministry' and 'Horse Money': Of Non-Places and Men

    New movies from Pedro Costa and J.P. Sniadecki find themselves everywhere and nowhere.

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    How to Make a Documentary in North Korea Without Being Hassled

    Soon-Mi Yoo's feature debut, "Songs from the North," which aims to shed some light on the people of North Korea, was awarded the award for Best First Feature at the recent Locarno International Film Festival. Her very personal documentary essay stands out even in a festival as diverse and open to ex...

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