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Watch: The Nightmarish Visions in Pedro Costa's 'Horse Money' Trailer Will Haunt You

Watch: The Nightmarish Visions in Pedro Costa's 'Horse Money' Trailer Will Haunt You

Director Pedro Costa digs deep into the Carnation Revolution through the…

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

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…

Are Projectionists Dinosaurs in the Age of Digital Cinema?

Are Projectionists Dinosaurs in the Age of Digital Cinema?

Once upon a time, film projectionists were stars. Between 1895 and 1897,…

How to Make a Documentary in North Korea Without Being Hassled

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…

Here's Why You Shouldn't Ignore Short Films at Festivals

Here's Why You Shouldn't Ignore Short Films at Festivals

At the premiere of this year's short film slate (dubbed the "Pardi di…

How To Make A Movie In A Country With Virtually No Film Funding

How To Make A Movie In A Country With Virtually No Film Funding

Acclaimed Bosnian film director Jasmila Žbanić talks about getting resourcef…

Can the VOD Marketplace Save African Cinema?

Can the VOD Marketplace Save African Cinema?

It's not easy to release films from Africa. But some experts see hope on the…

What Do Governments Owe Filmmakers? Young Swiss Filmmakers Demand Their Slice of The Funding Pie

What Do Governments Owe Filmmakers? Young Swiss Filmmakers Demand Their Slice of The Funding Pie

As the whole Swiss film industry gathered at the Locarno Film Festival, a…

Locarno Review: Brooklyn-Set 'Christmas, Again' is Not Your Typical Holiday Movie

Locarno Review: Brooklyn-Set 'Christmas, Again' is Not Your Typical Holiday Movie

Kentucker Audley stars in this melancholic tale of a forlorn Christmas tree…

Locarno Review: Chinese Society Takes on Metaphorical Dimensions in Absorbing Doc 'The Iron Ministry'

Locarno Review: Chinese Society Takes on Metaphorical Dimensions in Absorbing Doc 'The Iron Ministry'

J.P. Sniadecki's experimental documentary uses Chinese railways to craft a…

Review: Pedro Costa's Existential Ghost Story 'Horse Money' Will Get Under Your Skin

Review: Pedro Costa's Existential Ghost Story 'Horse Money' Will Get Under Your Skin

The director of "Colossal Youth" returns with another haunting tale centered…

The 2014 Indiewire Locarno Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During Run of Festival

The 2014 Indiewire Locarno Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During Run of Festival

Stay up-to-date on the latest news out of Locarno. Check the 2014 Indiewire…

Locarno Review: How Do You Turn Architecture Into a Love Story? On Eugene Green's Brilliant 'The Sapience'

Locarno Review: How Do You Turn Architecture Into a Love Story? On Eugene Green's Brilliant 'The Sapience'

The French-American director's new movie explores the cathartic power of art…

Locarno Review: If Judd Apatow Made a Lesbian Sex Comedy, It Might Look Something Like 'Love Island'

Locarno Review: If Judd Apatow Made a Lesbian Sex Comedy, It Might Look Something Like 'Love Island'

Ariane Labed ("Attenberg") stars in this goofy romantic comedy that's smarte…

Locarno Review: North Korean History Takes on Personal Dimension in 'Songs From the North'

Locarno Review: North Korean History Takes on Personal Dimension in 'Songs From the North'

There have been several movies made about the situation in North Korea, but…

Locarno Review: Sex, Coconuts and Death Distinguish Impressive Debut 'Ventos de Agosto'

Locarno Review: Sex, Coconuts and Death Distinguish Impressive Debut 'Ventos de Agosto'

Brazilian documentarian Gabriel Mascaro's first narrative feature is a…

Locarno Review: Why Lav Diaz's Five-Hour-Plus 'From What Is Before' Justifies Its Length

Locarno Review: Why Lav Diaz's Five-Hour-Plus 'From What Is Before' Justifies Its Length

The Phillipine director is known for making really long movies. The new one…

Locarno Review: 'The Princess of France' Presents Shakespeare as You've Never Seen It Before

Locarno Review: 'The Princess of France' Presents Shakespeare as You've Never Seen It Before

Shakespeare's plays take on a unique identity in Matias Piñero's hands.

Why the Locarno Film Festival is Unlike Any Other Moviegoing Experience

Why the Locarno Film Festival is Unlike Any Other Moviegoing Experience

The Swiss festival begins its latest edition this week with a wide variety…