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Solothurn 2017

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7 articles available in total starting from 23/01/2017. Last article published on 27/01/2017.

L’Inclinaison des chapeaux: The making of an impossible documentary

L’Inclinaison des chapeaux: The making of an impossible documentary

Antonin Schopfer and Thomas Szczepanski present a mysterious documentary in the Panorama Suisse section of the Solothurn Film Festival, in which reality goes hand in hand with fiction  

27/01/2017 | Solothurn 2017

The Divine Order and Doctor Jack awarded at Solothurn

The Divine Order and Doctor Jack awarded at Solothurn

The Solothurn Film Festival has given the prestigious Solothurn Award to Petra Volpe’s film, while the Audience Award went to the moving piece by Benoît Lange and Pierre-Antoine Hiroz  

27/01/2017 | Solothurn 2017 | Awards

The Other Half of the Sky: Stories of Chinese Businesswomen, the other side of China

The Other Half of the Sky: Stories of Chinese Businesswomen, the other side of China

Patrik Soergel presents a surprising and poetic documentary at the Solothurn Film Festival that portrays a different China, complex and often contradictory  

25/01/2017 | Solothurn 2017

Rue de Blamage: The portrayal of a forgotten humanity

Rue de Blamage: The portrayal of a forgotten humanity

The latest documentary by Aldo Gugolz is a sensitive and brave portrayal of the life of “ordinary” people, between their problems and small yet major victories  

25/01/2017 | Solothurn 2017

Impasse: A film that has us over a barrel

Impasse: A film that has us over a barrel

Producer and now filmmaker Elise Shubs, who worked with Lausanne-based company Climage for a long time, presents the world premiere of her first medium-length film at the Solothurn Film Festival  

25/01/2017 | Solothurn 2017

The Valley of Salt, a personal and cathartic first film

The Valley of Salt, a personal and cathartic first film

For his debut feature film, which tells the story of how his parents’ lives were threatened, Christophe M. Saber has chosen to use the camera to exorcise his fear  

24/01/2017 | Solothurn 2017

I Am Truly a Drop of Sun on Earth: A film that “simply” needs to exist

I Am Truly a Drop of Sun on Earth: A film that “simply” needs to exist

Elene Naveriani, a young Georgian director who trained in Switzerland, brings the Solothurn Film Festival a fascinating and radical first film  

23/01/2017 | Solothurn 2017

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