Kelly Reichardt: Last News

Riley Keough - Kelly Reichardt - Michel Hazanavicius - Ruben Ostlund - James Gray - Joseph Kosinski - Claire Denis - David Cronenberg - Ethan Coen - Kirill Serebrennikov - Luc Dardenne - Hirokazu Kore - Cristian Mungiu - Brett Morgen - Arnaud Desplechin - Gina Gammell - Mario Martone - Lukas Dhont - Marie Kreutzer - George Miller, David Cronenberg, Ethan Coen Featured in Cannes Film Festival Lineup -
George Miller, David Cronenberg, Ethan Coen Featured in Cannes Film Festival Lineup
Main Competition“Holy Spider,” Ali Abbasi“The Almond Tree,” Valeria Bruni Tedeschi“Crimes of the Future,” David Cronenberg“Tori and Lokita,” Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne“Stars at Noon,” Claire Denis“Brother and Sister,” Arnaud Desplechin“Close,” Lukas Dhont“Armageddon Time,” James Gray“Broker,” Hirokazu Kore-eda“Nostalgia,” Mario Martone“RMN,” Cristian Mungiu“Triangle of Sadness,” Ruben Ostlund“Decision to Leave,” Park Chan-wook“Showing Up,” Kelly Reichardt“Leila’s Brothers,” Saeed Roustaee“Boy From Heaven,” Tarik Saleh“Tchaikovsky’s Wife,” Kirill Serebrennikov“Hi-Han,” Jerzy SkolimowskiUn Certain Regard“Les Pires,” Lise Akoka and Romane Gueret“Burning Days,” Emin Alper“Metronom,” Alexandru Belc“All the People I’ll Never Be,” Davy Chou“Sick of Myself,” Kristoffer Borgli“Domingo and the Midst,” Ariel Escalante Meza“Plan 75,” Hayakawa Chie“Beast,” Riley Keough and Gina Gammell“Corsage,” Marie Kreutzer“Butterfly Vision,” Maksim Nakonechnyi“Godland,” Hlynur Palmason“Rodeo,” Lola Quivoron“Joyland,” Saim Sadiq“The Stranger,” Thomas M. Wright“The Silent Twins,” Agnieszka SmocynskaOut of Competition “Elvis,” Baz Luhrmann“Top Gun: Maverick,” Joseph Kosinski“Three Thousand Years of Longing,” George Miller“Masquerade,” Nicholas Bedos“November,” Cedric Jiminez“Z,” Michel Hazanavicius (opening film) Special Screenings“All That Breathes,” Shaunak Sen“The Natural History of Destruction,” Sergei Loznitsa“Jerry Lee Lewis: Trouble in Mind,” Ethan CoenMidnight Screenings“Hunt,” Lee Jung-jae“Moonage Daydream,” Brett Morgen“Fumer Fait Tousser,” Quentin DupieuxCannes Premiere“Non Frangins,” Rachid Bouchareb“Dodo,” Panos H.
Kelly Reichardt - U.S. Indie Icon Kelly Reichardt To Receive Locarno Honorary Golden Pard - - Switzerland
U.S. Indie Icon Kelly Reichardt To Receive Locarno Honorary Golden Pard
Nick Vivarelli International CorrespondentAmerican auteur Kelly Reichardt, an icon of the international film community thanks to her signature “slow cinema” style, will be honored by the Locarno Film Festival with its Pardo d’onore Manor lifetime achievement award.Since making her acclaimed 1994 debut “River of Grass,” Reichardt has followed her own singular orbit as a true outlier of indie cinema over the course of nearly quarter of a century and a dozen works including “Old Joy,” “Wendy and Lucy,” “Meek’s Cutoff,” “Night Moves,” and “First Cow” — which opened Locarno in 2020 — that have cemented her reputation as one of the most distinctive voices in cinema today.Reichardt’s new pic “Showing Up” is tipped to premiere in Cannes in May. The Swiss fest dedicated to indie and cutting-edge cinema in a statement described Reichardt’s films, which she also edits, as being “characterized by intense research on realism and hallmarked by proudly independent creative and production processes.”“Rewriting the codes of popular genres — thriller, western, road movie — has allowed Reichardt to shift her gaze to new, previously marginalized standpoints that reveal her unusual approach, bringing to the fore topical, urgent issues such as female empowerment and the ecological crisis,” the Locarno statement also said.Locarno’s artistic director Giona A.