11 August 2012 3:18 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Locarno, Switzerland – Jean-Claude Brisseau’s low-budget and self-financed self-discovery drama La fille de nulle part (The Girl From Nowhere) officially turned a profit Saturday with the cash award that came along with Locarno’s prestigious Golden Leopard honor, while festival president Marco Solari surprised onlookers by announcing a new “mini” version of the 65-year-old festival to take place next March. Bob Byington’s comedy Somebody Up There Likes Me won the special jury prize, and Cate Shortland’s war drama Lore won the honor voted on by the public as the best film to screen in the

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