Author: arsaib

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Festival del film Locarno 2016

Throughout its 69 years history, the FF Locarno has occupied a unique position in the landscape of the major film festivals. Every August, around 160,000 cinema-goers, 1,000 journalists and 3,000 professionals converge on the small Swiss-Italian town of Locarno, right in the heart of Europe.

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Fantasma (2006)

In Fantasma, Argentine director Lisandro Alonso brings back the non-pro protagonists of his first two features, both hailing from remote rural areas, for a screening of his second feature in a modern urban facility.

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Face (Japanese Film)

Face is the darkly comic story of a socially awkward seamstress who is forced to fend for herself after tragedy strikes her family.

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Udta Punjab

Udta Punjab is a controversial drama about the menace of drug abuse in the Indian state of Punjab.

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In Between Days (2006)

This auspicious debut feature by Korean-American director So Yong Kim deals with a young immigrant’s coming-of-age in her new surroundings.

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Every-Night Dreams (1933)

Naruse Mikio’s silent Every-Night Dreams deals with the struggles of a single mother, a bar hostess, doing the best she can to provide for her son in tough personal and economic times.

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Little Moth

This devastating second feature by Peng Tao centers around a young girl who is forced to beg for money on the streets by a poor couple.

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Satya (1998)

Ram Gopal Varma’s Satya is a gritty and intimate crime drama about a migrant who ends up getting involved in the Mumbai underworld.