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Zurich 2017

I Am Gentrification. Confessions of a Scoundrel: Analysis of a collective psychosis

I Am Gentrification. Confessions of a Scoundrel: Analysis of a collective psychosis

Swiss director Thomas Haemmerli presents a brutal portrait of a paranoid society at Zurich Film Festival  

09/10/2017 | Zurich 2017

Impreza - Das Fest: The perilously banal advancement of the intransigent right

Impreza - Das Fest: The perilously banal advancement of the intransigent right

Alexandra Wesolowski opens the doors to his Polish family with both incredulity and acrimony  

09/10/2017 | Zurich 2017

Kirsten Tan’s Pop Aye takes home the Golden Eye from Zurich

Kirsten Tan’s Pop Aye takes home the Golden Eye from Zurich

The jury of the Zurich Film Festival’s International Competition has bestowed the Golden Eye upon the Singaporean film, while Machines by Rahul Jain came out on top in the doc category  

09/10/2017 | Zurich 2017

Connect to Reality: the Zurich Film Festival reflects on the future of Swiss cinema

Connect to Reality: the Zurich Film Festival reflects on the future of Swiss cinema

2 October saw Zurich host the second instalment of the initiative providing industry professionals with a much-needed space to talk openly about the future of Swiss cinema  

06/10/2017 | Zurich 2017 | Industry

Review: Fell in Love with a Girl

Review: Fell in Love with a Girl

Swiss-US director Kaleo La Belle returns to explore the theme of the family as the ultimate unit of utopian happiness, through both hope and disillusion  

06/10/2017 | Zurich 2017

Daphne: The lively portrait of a modern heroine

Daphne: The lively portrait of a modern heroine

Peter Mackie Burns's first feature film leads us into the messy and tormented everyday life of a young woman, who is both free and radiant, despite the odds being against her  

03/10/2017 | Zurich 2017

The Wife: The noble woman behind the Nobel-winning author

The Wife: The noble woman behind the Nobel-winning author

Glenn Close plays the titular spouse in Björn Runge’s film adaptation of Meg Wolitzer’s novel  

03/10/2017 | Zurich 2017

Zurich Film Festival honours women

Zurich Film Festival honours women

From 29 September to 8 October Zurich will become Switzerland’s cinema capital. On the eve of its 13th edition, the festival seems more youthful and dynamic than ever  

15/09/2017 | Zurich 2017