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  1. The Amazing Cat Fish (Los Insolitos peces gatos): Locarno Review

    10:35 am 8/22/2013

    Ximena Ayala and Lisa Owen star in Mexican writer-director Claudia Sainte-Luce's debut, premiering in a competitive sidebar at the Swiss festival.Read more

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  2. Longwave (Les Grandes Ondes (a l'Ouest)): Locarno Review

    9:52 am 8/20/2013

    Valerie Donzelli, Michel Vuillermoz and newcomer Francisco Belard star in Swiss filmmaker Lionel Baier's period comedy-drama set during Portugal's 1974 Carnation Revolution. Read more

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  3. Real (Riaru: Kanzen naru kubinagaryu no hi): Locarno Review

    5:13 am 8/19/2013

    Kiyoshi Kurosawa's adaption of a novel by Rokuro Inui is headlined by rising Japanese stars Takeru Sato and Haruka Ayasa.Read more

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  4. The Story of My Death (Historia de la meva mort): Locarno Review

    12:17 pm 8/17/2013

    Vicenc Altaio plays Casanova in Catalan writer-director Albert Serra's experimental Spanish-French co-production, winner of the Golden Leopard at the Swiss festival.Read more

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  5. Locarno Fest Gives Top Prize to Eerie 'Story of My Death'

    12:10 pm 8/17/2013

    The Catalan-language drama was one of the best known titles heading into the fest, and it was tabbed a Golden Leopard favorite after its premiere last week. Read more

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  6. Mary Queen of Scots: Locarno Review

    10:04 am 8/16/2013

    Swiss director Thomas Imbach tackles the story of Mary Stuart in a small-scale and serious biopic, headlined by Camille Rutherford and Mehdi Dehbi. Read more

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  7. A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness: Locarno Review

    6:16 am 8/16/2013

    Musician Robert A. A. Lowe stars in artist-filmmakers Ben Rivers and Ben Russell's unapologetically arty triptych, filmed in Northern Europe. Read more

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  8. Mr. Morgan's Last Love: Locarno Review

    2:08 am 8/15/2013

    Michael Caine plays a widower who strikes up a friendship with Clemence Poesy's young French dance teacher in Sandra Nettelbeck's adaptation of a novel by Francoise Dorner.Read more

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  9. Gabrielle: Locarno Review

    8:52 am 8/14/2013

    French-Canadian director Louise Archambault's second fiction feature focuses on two disabled people who find love during choir practice.Read more

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  10. Our Sunhi (U ri Sunhi): Locarno Review

    10:30 am 8/10/2013

    Korean director Hong Sang-soo makes another low-key and loquacious film, this time about a film student who needs a recommendation letter. Read more

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