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369 articles available in total starting from 09/04/2018. Last article published on 01/03/2024.

Ishan Shukla • Director of Schirkoa: In Lies We Trust

Interview: Ishan Shukla • Director of Schirkoa: In Lies We Trust

“I wanted to be able to talk about politics and spirituality in a very open way, without pointing guns at anyone”

The Indian director breaks down his exuberant and dystopian animation, also giving an insight into his cultural influences  

31/01 | IFFR 2024 | Bright Future

Hans Block, Moritz Riesewieck • Directors of Eternal You

Interview: Hans Block, Moritz Riesewieck • Directors of Eternal You

“Artificial intelligence is an entity you can project so much onto that it sometimes becomes kind of godlike”

We chatted to the German directors about their cinematic exploration of the newest artificial intelligence trends  

29/01 | Sundance 2024 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Petra Volpe begins principal photography for Heldin

Petra Volpe begins principal photography for Heldin

The Swiss director is shooting a drama set in a hospital, starring German actress Leonie Benesch  

29/01 | Production | Funding | Switzerland/Germany

Mikko Mäkelä • Director of Sebastian

Interview: Mikko Mäkelä • Director of Sebastian

“There's no way you can write without infusing it with your personal experiences and your perspective”

We met up with the director of this very intimate portrait of a young man on a journey to find his place in society  

29/01 | Sundance 2024 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Daniel Hoesl, Julia Niemann • Directors of Veni Vidi Vici

Interview: Daniel Hoesl, Julia Niemann • Directors of Veni Vidi Vici

“Super-rich people actually know full well what they are doing”

The directorial duo enlighten us about society's responsibility to reprimand the rich  

29/01 | Sundance 2024 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Electric Fields wins big at the Max Ophüls Prize

Electric Fields wins big at the Max Ophüls Prize

The graduation film and debut feature by Swiss director Lisa Gertsch took home several prizes, including Best Feature Film, Best Script and the Critics' Award  

29/01 | Max Ophüls Prize 2024 | Awards

Jan-Eric Mack  • Director of Davos 1917

Interview: Jan-Eric Mack • Director of Davos 1917

“What interested me right from the start was the mentorship story between these two women”

One of the directors of the international spy series set in the Swiss mountains explains his vision for the look of the show as well as the production conditions  

15/12/2023 | /Switzerland/Germany

Peter Luisi  • Director of Bon Schuur Ticino

Interview: Peter Luisi • Director of Bon Schuur Ticino

“I have realised that a lot of decisions that fall to the producer are extremely important for the creative process”

On the eve of the release of his newest opus, the director and producer discusses the process of making comedies on a reduced budget in Switzerland  

29/11/2023 | /Switzerland

Enkelejd Lluca in post-production with Das Meer ist der Himmel

Enkelejd Lluca in post-production with Das Meer ist der Himmel

The director’s second feature is a family drama and road movie that sees a man go back to Albania, the land of his birth, after living in Germany for the last 15 years  

24/11/2023 | Production | Funding | Germany

Emerson Culurgioni and Stefanie Schroeder wrap La Duna

Emerson Culurgioni and Stefanie Schroeder wrap La Duna

The German experimental documentary about land ownership, shot on Sardinia, “explores the complex relationships between land, identity and power”  

24/11/2023 | Production | Funding | Germany

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