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Giorgia Del Don


255 articles available in total starting from 12/03/2014. Last article published on 24/11/2020.

Review: Who’s Afraid of Alice Miller?

Review: Who’s Afraid of Alice Miller?

Daniel Howald’s film smacks of a psychoanalytical session captured in images - that of the son of the famous Alice Miller  

30/01 | Solothurn 2020

Quatre nominations aux Prix du cinéma suisse pour Le Milieu de l’horizon

Quatre nominations aux Prix du cinéma suisse pour Le Milieu de l’horizon

Ce sont les films de fiction, étonnamment peut-être, qui ont collecté le plus de nominations pour les Prix du cinéma suisse 2020  

28/01 | Festivals | Awards | Suisse

Review: Al-Shafaq – When Heaven Divides

Review: Al-Shafaq – When Heaven Divides

Esen Isik’s latest film is a silent cry against Islamic extremism and its eruption into a so-called holy war, which stays with the viewer far beyond the final credits  

27/01 | Solothurn 2020

Geneva’s Black Movie Festival invites us to dive into an enthralling 21st edition

Geneva’s Black Movie Festival invites us to dive into an enthralling 21st edition

From 17 to 26 January, the ever-audacious festival will dazzle us with its ten rich sections  

09/01 | Festivals | Awards | Switzerland

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  

04/10/2019 | 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  

04/10/2019 | Zurich 2019

Review: Volunteer

Review: Volunteer

The film by directors Anna Thommen and Lorenz Nufer takes a fresh look at Switzerland’s humanitarian tradition, at times raising a few uncomfortable questions  

01/10/2019 | Zurich 2019

Review: Radio Silence

Review: Radio Silence

Juliana Fanjul’s film gives a platform to journalist Carmen Aristegui, one of the most powerful voices in the Mexican opposition  

01/10/2019 | Zurich 2019

The Zurich Film Festival unveils its rich and varied line-up

The Zurich Film Festival unveils its rich and varied line-up

For its 15th edition, the festival running 26 September to 6 October will place focus on ecology and on women, with the latter directing or playing lead roles in many of this year’s works  

13/09/2019 | Zurich 2019

Review: Vitalina Varela

Review: Vitalina Varela

Pedro Costa returns to Locarno with his latest film, a sombre and uncompromising ode to a world that seems to fascinate him to the point of obsession  

19/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

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