rule 34The Brazilian drama from director Julia Murat won the Golden Leopard for Best Film at the Locarno International Film Festival 2022.
The film is a disturbing look at a young law student who passionately advocates for women’s rights in domestic violence cases by day and performs on live sex cameras at night. Her own sexual impulses lead him into the world of violence and dangerous eroticism.
I have electric dreamsCosta Rican director Valentina Maurel’s family drama won three times at Locarno, winning the best director award for Maurel and both acting awards, with stars Daniela Marin Navarro and Reynaldo Amien Gutierrez taking home the awards for best actress and performance, respectively.
Navarro plays Eva, a 16-year-old desperate to leave her stifling family life with her mother and younger sister to live with her exiled father (Gutierrez).
Locarno Jury Prize has been transferred The Adventures of Gigi Kanonfrom Italian filmmaker Alessandro Comodini, which follows Gigi, a traffic policewoman in Italy who begins investigating an inexplicable wave of youth suicides.
stay for the nightSlovakian director Tereza Nvotova’s horror drama took home the top prize in Locarno’s “Filmmakers of Today” sidebar. safe place Croatian filmmaker Juraj Lerotic’s 24-hour drama about a man who attempts suicide while his family tries to save him won the Special Jury Prize and Best Actor for Goran Markovic. Ukrainian actress Anastasia Karpenko received the best actress award for her role in the film Kristina Tinkevich. How is Katia?In which she plays a single mother trying to provide a better future for her daughter Katya.
The winners were announced on August 13, the last day of the 75th Locarno Festival.
Source: Hollywood Reporter