The Locarno Film Festival is following the lead of A-rundown neighbor Berlin and going impartial.

From 2023 on, Locarno's acting distinctions will at this point not be classified by orientation — best 

entertainer and best entertainer — yet be sexually impartial "best execution" and "best supporting execution" grants.

For the 76th release of the Locarno Film Festival, set for August 2-12, 2023, the celebration's two principal rivalries, Concorso internazionale

and Concorso Cineasti del presente, will each current two honors for the best exhibitions.

Berlin was the main enormous film celebration to make this stride, last year giving out its most memorable sexually unbiased Silver Bears for best driving execution,

which went to Maren Eggert for her featuring job in Maria Schrader's science fiction screwball satire

I'm Your Man, and best supporting execution to Lilla Kizlinger for Bence Fliegauf's Forest — I See You Everywhere.

The current year's acting distinctions in Berlin again went to two ladies,

with the best driving presentation grant being offered to Meltem Kaptan for Rabiye Kurnaz versus George W.