WORLD: Today in the western world, in the USA, but also increasingly in Europe, we are not necessarily seeing state censorship. But a censorship of political correctness, which is conveyed through the media, through many artists themselves. How do you see it
Jonah A. Nazzaro: It is a very delicate thing. I don’t see this as censorship. Also that not all films at a film festival can be made by men. You can’t hide behind old excuses and say: yes, but it’s about quality. Quality is not a gender monopoly.
WORLD: As far as the leadership in Locarno is concerned, the patriarchy has already prevailed, hasn’t it?