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12 articles available in total starting from 25/01/2016. Last article published on 03/02/2016.

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Familienbruchstück, a fragmented portrait of a family crisis

Familienbruchstück, a fragmented portrait of a family crisis

Natalie Pfister’s debut feature, which was screened at the 51st Solothurn Film Festival, portrays a family crisis with unexpected consequences  

03/02/2016 | Solothurn 2016

Dürrenmatt - Eine Liebesgeschichte: Exploring the intimacy of an unusual Swiss man

Dürrenmatt - Eine Liebesgeschichte: Exploring the intimacy of an unusual Swiss man

The latest documentary by Sabine Gisiger arrived at the Solothurn Film Festival recently, where it was presented in the Swiss Panorama section  

02/02/2016 | Solothurn 2016

Lina portrays the ghosts of the past

Lina portrays the ghosts of the past

Swiss director Michael Schaerer’s film, which was given the Audience Award at the Solothurn Film Festival, throws light onto the ghosts of a not-so-glorious past  

01/02/2016 | Solothurn 2016

The Swallow brings Mano Khalil back to fiction

The Swallow brings Mano Khalil back to fiction

Swiss director of Kurdish-Syrian origin Mano Khalil is in competition for the Prix de Soleure with his road movie, the story of a terrible family secret  

29/01/2016 | Solothurn 2016

My Life as a Film takes home the Solothurn Award

My Life as a Film takes home the Solothurn Award

The prestigious prize has gone to Eva Vitija’s graduation film from the Zurich University of the Arts, while the audience crowned Lina by Michael Schaerer  

29/01/2016 | Solothurn 2016 | Awards

Swing It Kids, music and pictures in perfect harmony

Swing It Kids, music and pictures in perfect harmony

The second feature film by Fabian Kimoto, which is competing for the Audience Award at the Solothurn Film Festival, tells the story of the marvellous adventure of a group of extraordinary kids  

28/01/2016 | Solothurn 2016

Pipeline, the freedom to lose yourself

Pipeline, the freedom to lose yourself

The debut feature film of Genevan director Gabriel Bonnefoy, which was screened in the Panorama Suisse section of the Solothurn Film Festival, is a liberating journey in search of self  

28/01/2016 | Solothurn 2016

Wie die anderen, madness beyond cliché

Wie die anderen, madness beyond cliché

The latest documentary by Constantin Wulff, the director behind the captivating Ulrich Seidl und die Bösen Buben, is in the running for the Prix de Soleure  

27/01/2016 | Solothurn 2016

Democracy reveals the hidden side of the impersonal European Parliament

Democracy reveals the hidden side of the impersonal European Parliament

David Bernet’s film surprises audiences at the Solothurn Film Festival with both its form and content  

26/01/2016 | Solothurn 2016

Like a Cast Shadow, a psychotic journey into a world between comforting domestic walls

Like a Cast Shadow, a psychotic journey into a world between comforting domestic walls

Michael Krummenacher’s debut feature film is in the running for the Audience Award at the 51st edition of the Solothurn Film Festival  

26/01/2016 | Solothurn 2016

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