LOCARNO, Switzerland — The Locarno Film Festival's Open Doors co-production lab dedicated to works from South Asia has picked its winners out of 8 selected projects. They are: "Day After Tomorrow,"…
The Locarno Film Festival's Open Doors co-production returns to supporting Sub-Saharan Africa this year, focussing on English and Portuguese-speaking countries and completing the territories in the…
LOCARNO — Two portraits of people on the edge, Alexander Kvatashidze's war-reporter themed docu-feature "See You in Chechnya" and Alejandro Fernandez Almendras' questioning vengeance thriller "To…
Georgia — the nation in the South Caucasus — has been a rising star in world cinema in the past few years, and at the Locarno Film Festival it is the focus of the Open Doors co-production forum…
Sebastian Cordero's "Such Is Life in the Tropics," Luigi Forlani's "Silver Mountain" and Maximiliano Schonfeld's "The Black Frost" feature among 10 projects at the 5th Puentes Europe-Latin America…
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Though diverting enough, Swiss-American director Daniel Young's "Paul Bowles: The Cage Door Is Always Open" offers a not particularly revealing look at the life of the American expat…
As infotainment systems play a larger role in influencing the sale of a car, an increasing number of automakers are looking to make the screens mimic another popular device consumers can't leave home…
The Locarno Film Festival's Open Doors co-production mart will focus on films from Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan this year.
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