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Muriel Del Don

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366 articles available in total starting from 24/03/2014. Last article published on 25/11/2022.

Review: Theo: A Conversation with Honesty

Review: Theo: A Conversation with Honesty

Damien Hauser’s first feature opens up debate on the sensitive subject of sexual violence  

25/11 | Black Nights 2022

Review: Polish Prayers

Review: Polish Prayers

Hana Nobis’s debut feature-length documentary brings us up close and personal with a complex and emotional character who is attempting to confront his own inner demons  

17/11 | IDFA 2022

Series review: La vie devant

Series review: La vie devant

The first series from actor and comedian Frédéric Recrosio created in collaboration with Klaudia Reynicke Candeloro and Kristina Wagenbauer follows characters on the verge of explosion  

17/11 | Geneva 2022

Series review: Copenhagen Cowboy

Series review: Copenhagen Cowboy

Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn presents his new TV series, an explosive mix of violence and glacial beauty which doesn’t give in to compromise  

15/11 | Geneva 2022

Saint Omer wins the Reflet d’Or for Best Feature Film at the GIFF

Saint Omer wins the Reflet d’Or for Best Feature Film at the GIFF

Having wrapped its 28th edition, the Swiss festival is reaffirming its avant-garde position and desire to blend formats  

14/11 | Geneva 2022 | Awards

Series review: Thieves Like Us

Series review: Thieves Like Us

Portuguese duo Marco Leão and André Santos’ series catapults audiences into the 1980s and a dystopic world full of saturated colours, which is ominously reminiscent of our own  

10/11 | Geneva 2022

Anaïs Emery • Managing and Artistic Director, GIFF

Interview: Anaïs Emery • Managing and Artistic Director, GIFF

"I think audiences look for reflections of our society in series"

We met with the Swiss festival director, who spoke passionately about this event at the forefront of innovation which offers up an inclusive vision of the seventh art  

03/11 | GIFF 2022

Review: Becoming Giulia

Review: Becoming Giulia

The feature debut from Laura Kaehr centres on the difficult journey of a prima ballerina who tries to find a balance between her passion and her private life  

03/10 | Zurich 2022

Luis De Filippis • Director of Something You Said Last Night

Interview: Luis De Filippis • Director of Something You Said Last Night

“To me, this is the power of cinema – to transmute another’s experiences and see yourself in their struggles and victories”

The Canadian-Italian filmmaker spoke to us about her fight for a more inclusive world and the potential ability of cinema to change social stereotypes  

20/09 | Toronto 2022 | Discovery

Review: Something You Said Last Night

Review: Something You Said Last Night

Luis De Filippis presents her poignant debut feature film offering a glimpse of family life as it veers between affection and inevitable conflict  

16/09 | Toronto 2022 | Discovery

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