Swiss filmmaker Lorenz Merz gives an intoxicating, primal spin to a coming-of-age story.
Filmmaker Natalya Kudryashova finds spirituality in the harsh reality of modern-day Russia.
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.
Mad God is complete! Mad God is complete! Why aren't you jumping up and down with me right now? We first wrote about Mad God in 2017, but the roots of the film date back much further. Filmmaker and creature...
Abel Ferrara, Shawn Levy, Gaspar Noé and Bertrand Mandico to unveil their latest films at the Swiss film festival.