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Rushes. New Trailers, "Peppermint Soda" Revived, and Pixelvision

This week’s essential news, articles, sounds, videos and more from the film world.
Festival

Locarno 2018. Interfaces and Headspaces

Two films at the Locarno Festival tell their tales as if we're watching a computer screen's curated presentation of reality.
Column

Guillaume Langlois Introduces His Film "Historytelling"

"It’s like a mirror we don’t want to look at or a story we refuse to hear."
Feature

Close-Up on Jacques Doillon's "The Little Gangster"

The desperate emotional need of a poor, fifteen-year-old nobody burns at the center of this holistic crime drama.
Interview

Waiting For the Hidden One: Eugène Green Discusses “How Fernando Pessoa Saved Portugal"

The director discusses his new "mini-film," devoted to the great Portuguese poet, advertising, and the fight to bring Coca-Cola to Portugal.
Interview

Queen Bee: Jodie Mack in Locarno

An interview with the American director about her feature debut, "The Grand Bizarre," a film of bombastic pleasures and much more.
Column

Infinite Fest

Festival programmer and critic Eric Allen Hatch tackles the state of cinema seen through North American film festivals.
Festival

Locarno 2018. Mariano Llinás's "La Flor", Part 3

Mariano Llinás's 14-hour epic draws to a close with its final three episodes—but may in fact stretch to infinity.
Interview

Looking Through the Shadows: Andrea Bussmann Discusses "Fausto"

The Canadian film director talks to us about her first solo feature, a film of myth and storytelling shot on the coast of Oaxaca.
News

Locarno 2018. Awards and Coverage Roundup

All of our coverage of the 71 Locarno Festival, including the award winners, all in one place.
Festival

Locarno 2018. Mariano Llinás's "La Flor", Part 2

The second part—342 minutes long—of Mariano Llinás’s ever-expanding and increasingly gregarious epic is a spy-themed comedy caper.
Feature

Digital Make-Believe: Imagining the Self in Pixelvision

The Fisher-Price toy camera-turned avant-garde cinema contraption inspired a new language for self-reflection.