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As an event with a rich historic heritage, the Locarno Film Festival naturally keeps alive its gift for welcoming change, even as it looks to the future. Innovation, in the sense of responding to new audiences and changing trends in the media and audiovisual system, is the pathway chosen by the Festival as it seeks to maintain and strengthen its positive impact on the surrounding area and worldwide. That pathway also involves an active involvement of the young generations in dedicated training courses and initiatives.
It’s no coincidence that the initiatives set up in recent years have all aimed to make the Festival an incubator for film and arts projects: creates the conditions for once-in-a-lifetime encounters that can yield original ideas, new collaborations, stunning works and career-defining moments, thanks to the networking between emerging talents and established professionals.
Following the success of the workshops held in recent years, Locarno is once again demonstrating its commitment to the talents of tomorrow with this ten-day workshop led by French director Alice Diop. Entitled Pas de deux, the workshop offers a unique opportunity for international filmmakers to work with actors from the Canton of Ticino under the invaluable guidance of an artist such as Alice Diop.