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Solothurn 2023

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13 articles available in total starting from 14/12/2022. Last article published on 30/01/2023.

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Review: The Curse

Review: The Curse

Maria Kaur Bedi and Satindar Singh Bedi's powerful first feature boldly shows us the intimacy of a couple in search of an impossible redemption  

30/01 | Solothurn 2023

Review: Theory of Change

Review: Theory of Change

Dennis Stauffer's first feature film takes us behind the scenes of the dynamic Swiss political movement Operation Libero  

30/01 | Solothurn 2023

Review: Amine – Held auf Bewährung

Review: Amine – Held auf Bewährung

In his Solothurn Audience Award winner, Dani Heusser modestly stages the vicissitudes of Amine, a Guinean immigrant who dreams of a better future in Switzerland  

27/01 | Solothurn 2023

Until Branches Bend, Thunder and Amine – Held auf Bewährung triumph at the Solothurn Film Festival

Until Branches Bend, Thunder and Amine – Held auf Bewährung triumph at the Solothurn Film Festival

The film by Swiss-Canadian director Sophie Jarvis scoops the most important award at the Swiss gathering, the Prix de Soleure  

27/01 | Solothurn 2023 | Awards

Review: The DNA of Dignity

Review: The DNA of Dignity

Jan Baumgartner turns his gaze to the meticulous work carried out by those attempting to recover dignity for the thousands of people who disappeared in the Balkan Wars  

26/01 | Solothurn 2023

Review: Until Branches Bend

Review: Until Branches Bend

Sophie Jarvis's first feature is a gripping and sensitive drama about the rebellion of nature against the arrogance of a humanity that believes itself invincible  

26/01 | Solothurn 2023

Review: Papaya 69

Review: Papaya 69

Francesca Reverdito and Riccardo Bernasconi treat audiences to a bittersweet comedy about migration and friendship  

24/01 | Solothurn 2023

Review: The Giacomettis

Review: The Giacomettis

Susanna Fanzun dives headlong into an arguably titanic endeavour: telling the story of the extraordinary Giacometti family  

24/01 | Solothurn 2023

Review: Retreat

Review: Retreat

Young Swiss director Leon Schwitter turns a simple holiday to the mountains into a claustrophobic huis clos  

23/01 | Solothurn 2023

Review: Peripheric Love

Review: Peripheric Love

Swiss director Luc Walpoth invites us to relax into an authentic kind of tenderness which steers successfully clear of sentimentalism  

23/01 | Solothurn 2023

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