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407 articles available in total starting from 12/03/2014. Last article published on 22/04/2024.

Nicole Vögele’s The Landscape and the Fury bags the Visions du Réel Grand Prize

Nicole Vögele’s The Landscape and the Fury bags the Visions du Réel Grand Prize

The Swiss director’s movie won the International Competition while the Burning Lights Prize went to A Fidai Film, co-produced by Palestine, Germany, Qatar and Brazil  

22/04 | Visions du Réel 2024 | Awards

Review: Far West

Review: Far West

Swiss director and artist Pierre-François Sauter captures the everyday lives of a fisherman and fisherwoman couple who live in harmony with the natural world to which they’re devoted  

19/04 | Visions du Réel 2024

Review: The Landscape and the Fury

Review: The Landscape and the Fury

Nicole Vögele takes us to the border between Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovinia where the ever-open wounds of a past war coexist with an equally painful present  

17/04 | Visions du Réel 2024

Review: Immortals

Review: Immortals

Maja Tschumi’s film, written together with its two protagonists, gives voice and body to the hopes of those who participated to the 2019 protest movement in Iraq  

22/03 | CPH:DOX 2024

Review: E.1027 – Eileen Gray and the House by the Sea

Review: E.1027 – Eileen Gray and the House by the Sea

Swiss directors Beatrice Minger and Christoph Schaub try to untangle the threads of the complex story behind the legendary house by the sea known as E.1027, which remains intriguing today  

22/03 | CPH:DOX 2024

The Visions du Réel programme shapes up to be bold and full-bodied

The Visions du Réel programme shapes up to be bold and full-bodied

Showcasing an impressive 165 films, 88 of which in world premieres, the Swiss festival will boast a line-up comprising a wealth of forms, approaches, styles and viewpoints  

21/03 | Visions du Réel 2024

FIFDH unveils its copious line-up

FIFDH unveils its copious line-up

Buoyed this year by a co-directorial team, the Genevan festival will once again leverage the power of film to explore burning issues  

27/02 | FIFDH Geneva 2024

Review: Memories of a Burning Body

Review: Memories of a Burning Body

BERLINALE 2024: Antonella Sudasassi Furniss’ second feature film is an emancipatory cry uniting different generations of women who have been held back by limits set by the patriarchy  

20/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Review: Every You Every Me

Review: Every You Every Me

BERLINALE 2024: Between realism and dream-state, Michael Fetter Nathansky depicts the complex relationship between a woman and her partner whom she can no longer stand but doesn’t dare leave  

20/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Carmen Jaquier & Jan Gassmann • Directors of Paradises of Diane

Interview: Carmen Jaquier & Jan Gassmann • Directors of Paradises of Diane

"You have to accept the complexity of all these characters and their many different viewpoints"

BERLINALE 2024: The Swiss directors chatted with us about their first collaboration as a directorial duo and about the importance of showing walks of life which differ from the norm  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

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