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Locarno 2018. Lineup

The lineup for the 2018 festival has been revealed, including new films by Hong Sang-soo, Radu Muntean, Mariano Llinás and others.
Feature

One More Glance at the Death of Romance: Close-Up on Philippe Garrel’s "A Burning Hot Summer"

The male gaze haunts the cinema of French director Philippe Garrel.
Column

Cinephilia Today

The Artistic Director of the Locarno Festival reflects on two great men who passed away last week: Robby Müller and Claude Lanzmann.
Column

Tomoyasu Murata Introduces His Film "A Branch of a Pine Tied Up"

"I attempt to show the Japanese images that re-realize the history of Japanese faith..."
Column

Scores on Screen. The Obvious Necessity for Memory: Music and Memory in "Hiroshima, mon amour"

The transience of memory is a central theme of Alain Resnais's story of love and horror in Hiroshima—and the theme of the film's soundtrack.
Feature

Dysfuction Is the New Normal: Close-Up on "So Long Enthusiasm"

Vladimir Durán's charming feature debut is a finely observed, slightly absurdist drama tinged by the mundane and melancholy.
Feature

The Infant and the Cadaver: Paul Schrader’s Films and Criticism

From criticism to a film cycle that includes Taxi Driver and Light Sleeper, Schrader has long obsessed over spiritual transcendence
Interview

Denis Côté Doesn't Want You to Feel Safe at the Movies

The Quebecois director discusses "A Skin So Soft," his documentary on six bodybuilders and their dedication to the art of the perfect body.
Feature

Challenge of the Master: Lau Kar-leung at MoMA

MoMA's retrospective is devoted to the choreographer, actor & director who was the central figure in the Golden Age of martial arts cinema.
Column

The Forgotten: See Naples and Die

A history of Neapolitan song gets the "Red Shoes" treatment in a vivid and vivacious Italian musical.
News

Rushes. Robby Müller, 1 Minute Godard, The Grandmaster of Kung Fu Films

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

Dimitri Venkov Introduces His Film "The Hymns of Muscovy"

"I wanted to create a cinematic experience that would match my emotional experience of real life architecture."