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Muriel Del Don

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313 articles available in total starting from 24/03/2014. Last article published on 04/10/2021.

Review: Les Nouvelles Èves

Review: Les Nouvelles Èves

The collective (and militant) Swiss documentary imposes itself as a battle cry against gender stereotypes  

04/10 | Zurich 2021

Review: Youth Topia

Review: Youth Topia

German director Dennis Stormer presents his astonishing and wonderfully destabilising first feature film about the frustration and nostalgia of adolescence  

29/09 | Zurich 2021

Review: Momentum

Review: Momentum

Edwin Charmillot presents his first feature film which offers a brief and dreamlike glimpse at the life of a lost in translation teen  

28/09 | Zurich 2021

Streaming services must now contribute towards the funding of Swiss cinema

Streaming services must now contribute towards the funding of Swiss cinema

4% of their turnover in Switzerland must be reinvested in Swiss cinema, which stands to benefit from an extra 18 million francs  

20/09 | Industry | Market | Switzerland

Review: Luzifer

Review: Luzifer

Based upon a true story, Austrian director Peter Brunner’s new feature film immerses itself in a world where mysticism and redemption are inextricably linked  

13/08 | Locarno 2021 | Competition

Review: Wet Sand

Review: Wet Sand

Elene Naveriani presents her poignant second feature film, an invigorating yet melancholy hymn to diversity revolving around a cathartic investigation into a refused identity  

13/08 | Locarno 2021 | Cineasti del Presente

Émilie Aussel • Director of Our Eternal Summer

Interview: Émilie Aussel • Director of Our Eternal Summer

“In all of my films, I like to tell myself that the landscapes feel the same things as the characters”

The French director speaks to us about her first feature film, a poetic hymn to adolescence which follows a strong yet tortured, hypersensitive youngster  

12/08 | Locarno 2021 | Cineasti del Presente

Review: Rose

Review: Rose

Aurélie Saada’s first fiction feature is a personal and sensitive portrait of a woman rebelling against the stereotypes created by a society which has chosen to cast her aside  

11/08 | Locarno 2021 | Piazza Grande

Review: The Giants

Review: The Giants

Bonifacio Angius returns to the Locarno Film Festival to present his latest, quirky feature film, painting a comical and decadent portrait of masculinity which is on the verge of implosion  

11/08 | Locarno 2021 | Competition

Review: Our Eternal Summer

Review: Our Eternal Summer

This debut feature film by young French director Émilie Aussel speaks of adolescence in all its mysterious and ambiguous beauty  

10/08 | Locarno 2021 | Cineasti del presente

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