Ths year's Berlinale has produced outstanding works. But th film to beat for the Golden Bear looks to be Richard Linklater's Boyhood.
In Wolfgang Fischer's new film, a woman sailing alone on the Mediterranean faces life-or-death decisions. Styx raises uncomfortable questions about personal responsibility and Europe's refugee crisis.
With the Locarno Festival in full swing, it's Chatrian's last season as artistic director before he moves on to the Berlinale. After six years, what does he think about the art of curating a festival?
Dieter Kosslick, who has led the Berlinale since 2001, is being replaced in 2019 by Locarno's artistic director, Carlo Chatrian, and Mariette Rissenbeek, managing director of German Films.
The renowned festival on Lake Maggiore takes place for the last time under the direction of Carlo Chatrian, who has curated a humor-filled program for 2018. German films are contenders in Locarno's various competitions.
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