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SOLEURA 2019

Las Jornadas de Soleura presentan un nutrido programa

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- Las películas seleccionadas para la 54a edición del festival cuestionan el significado de la vida y la espiritualidad; temas universales que nunca dejan de fascinar

Las Jornadas de Soleura presentan un nutrido programa
Tscharniblues II, de Aron Nick

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The 2019 edition of Solothurn Film Days (24 to 31 January 2019) will screen 165 Swiss films, including shorts and feature films, as well as 18 first features and 30 premieres from all over Switzerland. The Solothurn Film Days event showcases the very best of Swiss cinema, a unique opportunity to discover new directors or rediscover well-established auteurs. 

The meaning of life and spirituality will be the 2019 theme of the Swiss film festival. Whether through personal stories, portraits of characters with intriguing personalities or social and regional analysis, directors at this year's edition of Solothurn question present times, observing modern utopias with a critical eye.

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In competition for the Prix de Soleure and chosen as the opening film is Tscharniblues II by the young director Aron Nick. Five other documentaries will be also competing for the prestigious award: the powerful road movie The Journey – A Story of Love by Fanny Bräuning, Alexia, Kevin & Romain, the first feature by Adrien Bordone, Digitalkarma by Mark Olexa and Francesca Scalisi, Fair Traders by Nino Jacusso and Eisenberg - Art Must Be Beautiful, as the Frog Says to the Fly by Hercli Bundi. While two works of fiction will be competing in the same competition: Pearl [+lee también:
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by Elsa Amiel and Der Büezer by Hans Kaufmann. Not forgetting Family Practice by Jeshua Dreyfus, which will be presented in world premiere at Solothurn. 

In competition for the Audience award is Christoph Schaub with his documentary Architecture of Infinity [+lee también:
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. Among the other films in contention are Stefan Haupt and his fiction film Zwingli, Gateways to New York by Martin Witz, Ly-Ling und Herr Urgesi by Giancarlo Moos, the touching Islander [+lee también:
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by Stéphane Göel, With the Wind [+lee también:
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by Bettina Oberli (presented in world premiere at Locarno Film Festival), the surprising first film Those Who Work [+lee también:
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, by Antoine Russbach, Sashinka by the Swiss-Canadian director Kristina Wagenbauer, My Little One by the Genevan director duo Frédéric Choffat and Julie Gilbert, Ladies by Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond and the comedy Cloud Whispers [+lee también:
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by Kerstin Polte. While closing the festival is a film well received at Venice International Film Critics' Week, Blonde Anmails [+lee también:
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by Alexia Walther and Maxime Matray.

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