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75 articles available in total starting from 15/03/2022. Last article published on 22/08/2022.

Review: The Hamlet Syndrome

Review: The Hamlet Syndrome

War takes the stage in this documentary by Elwira Niewiera and Piotr Rosołowski, but it’s still too early for the curtain to fall  

22/08 | Locarno 2022 | Semaine de la critique

Kilian Riedhof • Director of You Will Not Have My Hate

Interview: Kilian Riedhof • Director of You Will Not Have My Hate

"Three countries made this film as a European answer to terrorism. We have to stay together"

In his film, the German director celebrates love  

22/08 | Locarno 2022 | Piazza Grande

André Schäfer • Director of Everything About Martin Suter. Everything but the Truth.

Interview: André Schäfer • Director of Everything About Martin Suter. Everything but the Truth.

"And this is how a novel has to be in my opinion, it has to capture, to swallow you"

The German filmmaker presents a warm-hearted and formally intriguing portrait of Swiss author Martin Suter  

22/08 | Locarno 2022 | Piazza Grande

Series review: Prisma

Series review: Prisma

The first two episodes of the series directed by Ludovico Bessegato promise a contemporary saga on the complexity of sexual identity in the adolescent age and the role of the omnipresent media  

22/08 | Locarno 2022 | Out of Competition

Kaspar Kasics  • Director of Erica Jong: Breaking the Walls

Interview: Kaspar Kasics • Director of Erica Jong: Breaking the Walls

“That’s what I learnt from Erica Jong: to be honest”

The Swiss director takes on the legacy of Erica Jong, the American writer behind the 1973 novel Fear of Flying  

19/08 | Locarno 2022 | Out of Competition

Review: You Will Not Have My Hate

Review: You Will Not Have My Hate

Kilian Riedhof avoids easy sentimentality in this restrained take on a tragic true story that was literally shared by many  

19/08 | Locarno 2022 | Piazza Grande

Review: A Woman

Review: A Woman

Jean-Paul Civeyrac presents a crime thriller that attempts to combine popular and art-house cinema through the story of a woman in the grip of an unstoppable thirst for revenge  

19/08 | Locarno 2022 | Piazza Grande

Review: Angry Annie

Review: Angry Annie

French filmmaker Blandine Lenoir’s intimate take on the private struggle for the approval of abortion law in France back in the 1970s is an ode to female solidarity  

17/08 | Locarno 2022 | Piazza Grande

Review: Delta

Review: Delta

Italian director Michele Vannucci delivers an especially wet western set in a world that even the sun has forgotten  

17/08 | Locarno 2022 | Piazza Grande

10 Film Festival@PalaCinema, a new initiative to promote Swiss festivals

10 Film Festival@PalaCinema, a new initiative to promote Swiss festivals

The House of Cinema and Audiovisual of Locarno (the PalaCinema) launches a new project to promote Swiss film festivals  

16/08 | Festivals | Awards | Switzerland

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