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Direct from Locarno

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The Locarno Film Festival, taking place in a small lakeside Swiss town every August, is one of the world’s premiere venues for celebrating bold, adventurous cinema. To celebrate this new 72nd edition MUBI is exclusively presenting a series of highlights from the 2018 festival.

How Fernando Pessoa Saved Portugal

Eugène Green পর্তুগাল, 2018

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Continuing our spotlight on the best films that premiered at last year’s Locarno Festival—as the 2019 edition unfolds—we return to one of our perennial favorite filmmakers, Eugène Green. This witty mini-film travels to Portugal for a (real!) tale of a truly bizarre confluence of artist and brand.

Yara

Abbas Fahdel লেবানন, 2018

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Iraqi-French director Abbas Fahdel surprised us by following his extraordinary nonfiction epic Homeland: Iraq Year Zero with this limpid teenage love story set in Lebanon’s stunning Kadisha Valley. It has a documentary freshness and the beautiful, archetypal simplicity of our favorite silent cinema.

Dead Horse Nebula

Tarık Aktaş তুরস্ক, 2018

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Our next Locarno highlight is Dead Horse Nebula, a film as intriguing as its title. This superb exploration of memory delves into the relationship of men and nature, reaching philosophical heights through atmospheric, deceptively anecdotal vignettes––and won Aktaş the Best Emerging Director award!

Fausto

Andrea Bussmann মেক্সিকো, 2018

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As a new edition of the Swiss festival begins, we’re excited to spotlight our 2018 favorites. Bussmann’s solo debut emerges as a mysterious creature: part ethnography, part legend, Fausto blurs the line between myth and reality and questions our ways of seeing—reframing Goethe’s opus along the way.

Le fort des fous

Narimane Mari ফ্রান্স, 2017

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Our second highlight from the 71st Locarno Festival is an expansive, multi-genre exploration of colonialism that connects the past to today’s migrant crisis. Madmen’s Fort is a defiant, haunting look at History: an overwhelming examination of the politics of power versus the power of utopia.

Meteors

Gürcan Keltek তুরস্ক, 2017

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With Locarno opening this week we’re showcasing two genre-bending films from the festival. First is Gürcan Keltek’s evocative documentary that unexpectedly connects cosmic chaos—a gobsmacking meteor shower—and the armed conflict between Turks and Kurds, finding resonances both political and poetic.

Rio Corgo

Maya Kosa, Sérgio da Costa সুইজারল্যান্ড, 2015

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We conclude our highlights from the Locarno Film Festival with this stellar Swiss co-production. An audacious debut, it (ad)ventures into the Portuguese countryside to explore a man’s life (shot across a gorgeous landscape) in ways that go beyond the boundaries of normal documentaries.

Köpek

Esen Isik সুইজারল্যান্ড, 2015

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For our final two selections of films being shown from the Locarno Film Festival come from the Swiss Panorama section, highlighting the best of recent Swiss productions. In Esen Isik’s feature debut, the Turkish director explores the tensions and passions of those who live on Istanbul’s margins.

Deux Rémi, deux

Pierre Léon ফ্রান্স, 2015

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A lightweight favorite films from Locarno last year is Russian-born Pierre Léon’s slim, comedic adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s “The Double.” Its charming insider cast includes auteur Serge Bozon, Truffaut’s enchanting granddaughter, film historian Bernard Eisenschitz, and New Wave secret Jackie Raynal.

The Movement

Benjamín Naishtat আর্জেন্টিনা, 2015

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Up-and-coming director Benjamín Naishtat prize-winning third film is an audaciously stark and powerful tale of the Argentine frontier. In this small film with impressive ambition—and stunning black and white cinematography—Naishtat cleverly envisions a crucial moment in his nation’s history.

Los Hongos

Oscar Ruíz Navia কলম্বিয়া, 2014

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Each August the Swiss town of Locarno hosts a festival showing some of the year’s best discoveries. We celebrate this year’s edition with favorites, intimate and provocative, that recently premiered there, beginning with Columbian director Oscar Ruíz Navia’s follow-up to his acclaimed gem Crab Trap.

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