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Zurich 2019

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Jonas Alexander Arnby  • Director of Suicide Tourist

Interview: Jonas Alexander Arnby • Director of Suicide Tourist

“I wanted to make a film about love”

Cineuropa spoke to Danish director Jonas Alexander Arnby during a walk around Copenhagen to discuss the Zurich- and Sitges-screened Suicide Tourist  

08/10 | Zurich 2019

Review: Suicide Tourist

Review: Suicide Tourist

Denmark’s Jonas Alexander Arnby delivers a mystery-drama that’s more drama than mystery, but all class nonetheless  

07/10 | Zurich 2019

Alina Rudnitskaya  • Director of School of Seduction

Interview: Alina Rudnitskaya • Director of School of Seduction

“This story is about me”

Cineuropa talked to Alina Rudnitskaya, the director of School of Seduction, about what it means to be a woman in Putin’s Russia – or maybe all over the world  

07/10 | Zurich 2019

Record audience numbers for the Zurich Film Festival

Record audience numbers for the Zurich Film Festival

US title Sound of Metal and European works Collective and System Crasher dominate the Swiss festival’s winners’ list  

07/10 | Zurich 2019 | Awards

Anthony Jerjen • Director of Inherit the Viper

Interview: Anthony Jerjen • Director of Inherit the Viper

"The way we film violence in Europe isn’t the same as in the US"

Young, Swiss director Anthony Jerjen chats with us about his first feature film Inherit the Viper, presented in a world premiere at the Zurich Film Festival  

04/10 | Zurich 2019

Juliana Fanjul  • Director of Silence radio

Interview: Juliana Fanjul • Director of Silence radio

“You have to go deep to find this unique gaze which sets you apart as an auteur”

At the Zurich Film Festival, Cineuropa had a chat with Juliana Fanjul, director of Silence radio, about Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui  

04/10 | Zurich 2019

Review: What You Don’t Know About Me

Review: What You Don’t Know About Me

Through this poetic and heartfelt film, Rolando Colla tell us the story of two characters living on the margins and yearning for happiness  

04/10 | Zurich 2019

Review: My Zoe

Review: My Zoe

Julie Delpy presents a packed story about child custody, cloning and motherhood that looks at the moral and ethical questions arising due to advances in science  

02/10 | Zurich 2019

Review: A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

Review: A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

Aardman’s classic brand of stop-motion animation is given a sci-fi twist in this brilliant sequel to 2015’s Shaun the Sheep Movie  

02/10 | Zurich 2019

Andrea Di Stefano  • Director of The Informer

Interview: Andrea Di Stefano • Director of The Informer

“Criminals love to talk about themselves”

Following the lead of Andrea Di Stefano, the director of The Informer, Cineuropa delved right into the Polish criminal underworld of New York  

02/10 | Zurich 2019

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