The Locarno international film festival is one of the world’s leading events for motion picture arts. It has been taking place in Switzerland since 1946. The top prize is the Golden Leopard.
A touch of glamour came to the Czech spa town of Karlovy Vary this week as the city hosted the 52nd international film festival. The festival is now firmly established as the most prestigious cultural event in the country, attracting an eclectic mix of backpackers and businessmen rubbing shoulders with hipster film fans and Hollywood A-listers. Rob Cameron was there and has this report.
A film on Israel's "most racist" fans and an exhibition about football's inclusivity both deal with the Israeli conflict. Felix Tamsut reports on how two sides of the spectrum met at Berlin's 11mm Football Film Festival.