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14 articles available in total starting from 14/12/2023. Last article published on 19/02/2024.

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Carmen Jaquier & Jan Gassmann • Directors of Paradises of Diane

Interview: Carmen Jaquier & Jan Gassmann • Directors of Paradises of Diane

"You have to accept the complexity of all these characters and their many different viewpoints"

BERLINALE 2024: The Swiss directors chatted with us about their first collaboration as a directorial duo and about the importance of showing walks of life which differ from the norm  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Review: Paradises of Diane

Review: Paradises of Diane

BERLINALE 2024: With courage and poetry, Carmen Jaquier and Jan Gassmann tackle the theme of motherhood, both its darker sides and the consequences of decisions which society struggles to accept  

18/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Lisa Gertsch • Director of Electric Fields

Interview: Lisa Gertsch • Director of Electric Fields

“I wanted to weave all these stories into one big cosmos through subtle connections”

The Swiss director discusses her Max Ophüls Prize-winning feature debut, an episodic and poetic movie shot in black and white  

05/02 | Max Ophüls Prize 2024

Review: 8 Days in August

Review: 8 Days in August

Samuel Perriard’s second feature film homes in on a family wrestling with long-repressed internal tensions which explode during a holiday in southern Italy  

29/01 | Solothurn 2024

The Hearing and My Swiss Army triumph at the Solothurn Film Festival

The Hearing and My Swiss Army triumph at the Solothurn Film Festival

Victors at the most recent edition of the gathering include movies by Lisa Gerig and Luka Popadić, and Basil Da Cunha’s short film 2720  

29/01 | Solothurn 2024 | Awards

Review: Ten Years

Review: Ten Years

Matthias von Gunten’s latest film explores the difficulties involved in integrating a frequently ruthless working world which has no time for dreams and ideals  

26/01 | Solothurn 2024

Review: Once We Were Pitmen

Review: Once We Were Pitmen

Christian Johannes Koch and Jonas Matuschek’s film homes in on the harsh but humanity-filled daily life of a group of miners who are about to lose their jobs  

24/01 | Solothurn 2024

Review: My Swiss Army

Review: My Swiss Army

Luka Popadić’s debut feature film follows three Swiss officers of Serbian, Sri Lankan and Tunisian origin wrestling with a dual identity which makes them unique  

24/01 | Solothurn 2024

Review: Bisons

Review: Bisons

Telling the poignant tale of two brothers wrestling with the challenges of their oppressive day-to-day lives, Pierre Monnard stresses the importance of solidarity  

22/01 | Solothurn 2024

Review: The Fortunate Ones

Review: The Fortunate Ones

Seventeen years after her last feature film, Jeanne Waltz returns with a film about complex and intriguing women who defy every category  

22/01 | Solothurn 2024

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