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From 2019 to 2021, the Open Doors Screenings section explores the diverse filmmaking of South East Asia and Mongolia.
Nel 2021, propone una selezione curate di lungo- e cortometraggi proveniente dall’intera regione.
Open Doors Screenings is a non-competitive section, focusing in 2021 on a selection of films from the cinematographic and cultural universe of the following countries: Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Mongolia.
Open Doors is organized with the collaboration of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) and from 2019 to 2021 is exploring Southeast Asia and Mongolia.
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Featured in the Open Doors Screenings: Aswang#the Philippines, France, Norway, Germany, Qatar, Denmark
Featured in the Open Doors Screenings: Bor mi vanh chark (The Long Walk)#Laos, Spain, Singapore
Featured in the Open Doors Screenings: Nguoi truyen giong (The Inseminator)#Vietnam, Germany
Featured in the Open Doors Screenings: Od ba Gegee (They Sing up on the Hill)#Mongolia, UK
Featured in the Open Doors Screenings: May nhung khong mua (Live in Cloud Cuckoo Land)#Vietnam
Featured in the Open Doors Screenings: Shiluus (Mountain Cat)#Mongolia, United Kingdom
Reflecting the Festival’s aim to cross and blur boundaries, the Concorso internazionale presents a stimulating panorama of contemporary auteur cinema, where young talent rubs shoulders with that of established directors.
An ideal arena for discovery, the Concorso Cineasti del presente is dedicated to emerging directors from all over the world and devoted to first, second and third features.
A crucible of future talent, the Pardi di domani section screens shorts and medium-length films (not more than 59 minutes in lenght) by independent filmmakers or film school students who have not yet tried their hand at feature films.
8,000 viewers a night, the Piazza Grande is both the Festival’s heart and its showcase. With its giant screen, one of the biggest in Europe, endowed with truly exceptional projection quality, the Piazza Grande is one of the finest open-air venues in the world.
The Fuori concorso selection offers recent work – feature films and shorts, film essays, documentaries – by well-established filmmakers, out of competition, presented mostly as world or international premiere.
From 2019 to 2021, the Open Doors Screenings section explores the diverse filmmaking of South East Asia and Mongolia. In 2021, it presents a curated selection of feature and short films from Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Mongolia.
Histoire(s) du cinéma is the sidebar dedicated to the history of cinema. It offers works from filmmakers and artists to whom the Festival dedicates special tributes.
The Locarno Kids Screenings section offers films for children and teenagers. It has a special emphasis on works screening as national premieres, together with restored titles that help rediscover film history.
Founded in 1990, the Semaine de la critique is an independent section within the Locarno Festival organized by the Swiss Association of Film Journalists.