Directed by Paul Verhoeven, the biographical drama stars Virginie Efira, Daphne Patakia and Charlotte Rampling.
Directed by Aleksandra Terpinska, the drama from Poland stars Jacek Beler, Sonia Bohosiewicz and Magdalena Kolesnik.
Katia Pascariu, Claudia Ieremia and Olimpia Malai star in a comedy/drama from Romania, directed by Radu Jude, and opening in theaters on November 19, 2021.
Directed by Péter Bergendy, Hungary's official submission for the Academy Awards is a period horror drama, fusing genre and arthouse filmmaking with a mainstream veneer.
Chilean director Matías Rojas Valencia enters a cult Colonia Dignidad founded by Nazis in his sophomore feature film
The Czech period drama follows a soon-to-be monk wandering through Communist Czechoslovakia in a search of a purpose.
Directed by French actor Pascal Tagnati, the film builds an intricately layered and voyeuristic swarm narrative set in a single town.
Swiss filmmaker Lorenz Merz gives an intoxicating, primal spin to a coming-of-age story.
Locarno 2021 Review: MAD GOD, Macabre and Scatological Coalesce in Phil Tippett's Nihilistic Stop-Motion Epic
Jan Švankmajer meets Clive Barker in a smorgasbord of a stream-of-consciousness savage weirdness.
True events of an escape from Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp are in the center of the pulse-racing Holocaust thriller.
Too much fun, frontal nudity and orgasms in a biopic drama enclosed behind the walls of a Renaissance convent.
Karlovy Vary 2021 Review: German Acid-Laced Tragicomedy NÖ Hilariously Anatomizes the Anxieties of a Millennial Relationship and Parenthood
German director Dietrich Brüggemann marries Simon Rich whimsical comedy with Roy Andersson´s formalism in surreal farce.
Françoise Lebrun of Jean Eustache and Marguerite Duras films and Italian Giallo maestro Dario Argento star in the drama of the twilight age veiled as a civilization horror in a race to disintegration.
Filmmaker Natalya Kudryashova finds spirituality in the harsh reality of modern-day Russia.
Exclusive poster premiere for Kiro Russo's sophomore feature, which follows 'Dark Skull,' picked to represent Bolivia in the Oscar race.
One of the standouts of this year's Locarno Film Festival comes from a Spanish newcomer who delivered a disturbing deadpan comedy doubling as a offbeat love letter to his hometown.
Christian dogmas intertwine with pagan mysticism in Peter Brunner's lyrical horror on the awakening of a man-made evil.
Hannes Þór Halldórsson, a football goalkeeper who plays for Valur Reykjavík and the Iceland national team, world premiered his feature-length directing debut Cop Secret in the Locarno Film Festival's international competition. Halldórsson shot a genre spoof with a progressive bent...
Serbian director Srdjan Dragojevic satirizes capitalism through religion in a dark comedy with a surreal kick.
Locarno 2021 Review: ZEROS AND ONES, Abel Ferrara Destroys Vatican, Spy Thrillers in Perplexing Pandemic Film
Ethan Hawke stars in Abel Ferrara's puzzling punk spy thriller.