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  1. Tonnerre: Film Review

    5:48 am 10/9/2013

    Writer-director Guillaume Brac and star Vincent Macaigne ("Age of Panic") team up for this debut feature, which premiered in competition at Locarno.Read more

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  2. On the Way to School (Sur le chemin de l’ecole): Film Review

    3:43 am 10/1/2013

    Pascal Plisson's documentary follows four kids heading to school in four corners of the globe.Read more

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  3. Arrow Films Buy Michael Caine-Starrer 'Mr. Morgan's Last Love'

    12:09 pm 9/12/2013

    The May-December romance from "Mostly Martha" director stars Caine as a widower in Paris who falls for a young dance instructor.Read more

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  4. Gare du Nord: Film Review

    11:20 am 9/7/2013

    "Zero Dark Thirty" actor Reda Kateb stars along with actress-director Nicole Garcia (“Mon oncle d’Amerique”) in this docu-fiction set inside Europe’s largest train station.Read more

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  5. Locarno Audience Award Winner 'Gabrielle' to Open Hamburg Film Fest

    7:48 am 8/28/2013

    The Canadian drama is about a woman with Williams Syndrome who is portrayed by Gabrielle Marion-Rivard.Read more

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  6. Flowers from the Mount of Olives (Olimae Oied): Locarno Review

    12:36 am 8/26/2013

    Octogenarian nun Sister Ksenya is profiled in an Estonian documentary by Heilika Pikkov, which goes behind the walls of a Jerusalem convent.Read more

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  7. Backwater (Tomogui): Locarno Review

    2:43 am 8/25/2013

    Masaki Suda stars in Shinji Aoyama's Japanese drama, premiering in competition at the Swiss festival. Read more

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  8. Roxanne: Locarno Review

    11:40 am 8/23/2013

    Serban Pavlu stars in Romanian writer-director Vali Hotea's feature debut, a drama premiering in a competitive sidebar at the Swiss festival.Read more

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  9. The Human Factor (La variabile umana): Locarno Review

    2:55 am 8/23/2013

    The first fiction feature of Italian documentary filmmaker Bruno Oliviero stars Silvio Orlando, Giuseppe Batiston and impressive newcomer Alice Raffaelli.Read more

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  10. The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears (L'etrange couleur des larmes de ton corps): Locarno Review

    1:38 pm 8/22/2013

    Brussels-based directors Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani deliver another homage to Italian gialli, though this time thoroughly drenched in not only blood but also Brussels architecture.Read more

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