A remarkable, frequently unsettling exercise in staged voyeurism, recreating the interdependent lives of painter Zdzisław Beksiński and his family.
Locarno Film Festival
A damning portrait of contemporary Bulgarian society fragmented by class and the rural-urban divide, shot with flexible naturalism and quietly building towards inexorable disaster.
The title of "Moka," an elegantly lean, low-temperature thriller from Swiss writer-director Frédéric Mermoud, turns out to be less enigmatic than it sounds.
An overlong contribution to the genre set in the not-too-distant future, when a fungus has turned most everyone into brain-dead "Hungries" feasting on flesh and blood.
This project originally conceived for the internet still plays as the series of disconnected pranks and whimsies it began as, refusing to coalesce into any focused whole.
Unfolding in the same moral gray area as "Michael Clayton," where ethical compromises resonate louder than gunshots, Nicolas Pariser's "The Great Game" suggests how a sophisticated French helmer…
Though true-crime character study "Jack" has the nerve to call notorious Austrian killer-turned-literary-sensation Jack Unterweger by his first name, writer-director Elisabeth Scharang never lets…
In Canada, the power to declare war lies squarely in the hands of the Cabinet. In "Monsieur Lazhar" director Philippe Falardeau's latest, that responsibility falls to a single Member of Parliament.
LOCARNO – "Tikkun," "Schneider vs. Bax," "Wonderful" lead early business announcements at an ever busier Locarno Fest Industry Days, now packed with a full roster of events, where Philippe Le Guay's…
LOCARNO – Women comprise a third of screenwriters and directors in Switzerland, a report has found. Swiss female screenwriters and helmers represented 34% of the total, while males were at 66% in the…
Nomadas co-founder Santiago de la Paz, one of anew generation of Latin American producers rapidly emerging in Mexico, is developing Sumie Garcia Hirata’s second-chance woman’s drama "Low Season."…