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by Béla Tarr


During the workshop Mountains – Loneliness – Desire, held in Locarno last April, Béla Tarr picked fifteen filmmakers from around the world for a residency lasting around ten days in which to make a short feature. The result was the collective film Under the God, comprising the very different gazes of the young directors, who chose a variety of styles and formats: drama, thriller, documentary, even abstract parable. A re-interpretation of spaces in and around Locarno (city, cable car, Val Bavona, Corippo), seen from the perspectives of fifteen auteurs of the future.

international title: Under the God (part 1)
original title: Under the God (part 1)
country: Switzerland
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Béla Tarr
film run: 87'
production: CISA - Conservatorio Internazionale di Scienze Audiovisive (CH), Locarno Film Festival (CH)
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