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DANIEL SCHMID - LE CHAT QUI PENSE

by Pascal Hofmann, Benny Jaberg

synopsis

Jaberg and Hofmann’s film takes us on a cinematic journey through the life and work of Daniel Schmid, one of the most unusual artists within Swiss film. Born into a hotelier family of the 1940s in the village of Flims, surrounded by snow covered mountains, visited by exotic guests from around the world, Daniel Schmid always was a dreamer. The young filmmakers offer a mysterious kaleidoscope of people and places related to the director. Even as a child, Daniel Schmid knew that there was a hidden world, caught between reality and imagination.

original title: Daniel Schmid - Le chat qui pense
country: Switzerland
sales agent: T&C Edition
year: 2009
genre: documentary
directed by: Pascal Hofmann, Benny Jaberg
film run: 83'
screenplay: Pascal Hofmann, Benny Jaberg
cast: Renato Berta, Ingrid Caven, Shiguéko Hasumi, Bulle Ogierv, Werner Schroeter
cinematography by: Filip Zumbrunn, Benny Jaberg, Pascal Hofmann
film editing: Pascal Hofmann, Benny Jaberg, Caterina Mona
music: Peter Scherer
producer: Marcel Hoehn
production: T&C Film AG, Zürcher Hochschule der Künste ZHdK, Teleclub AG, SRF - Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen
distributor: Columbus Film, Salzgeber & Co. Medien
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