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Solothurn 2021


8 articles available in total starting from 11/01/2021. Last article published on 28/01/2021.

Three women directors - Andrea Štaka, Stefanie Klemm and Gitta Gsell – triumph at Solothurn Film Days

Three women directors - Andrea Štaka, Stefanie Klemm and Gitta Gsell – triumph at Solothurn Film Days

Fiction films also won big at this year’s edition of the festival which awarded its Prix de Soleure to Mare, its new First Work prize to Of Fish and Men and its Audience Award to Beyto  

28/01 | Solothurn 2021 | Awards

Review: The Brain

Review: The Brain

Jean-Stéphane Bron leads us through the darker recesses of the human mind, taking us on a fascinating yet distressing journey which it’s difficult to come out of unscathed  

27/01 | Solothurn 2021

Review: Sapelo

Review: Sapelo

Nick Brandestini’s third film is an ode to life and nature which uncovers dark and disturbing feelings, a delicate portrait of two boys combining magic and harsh reality  

26/01 | Solothurn 2021

Review: Neighbours

Review: Neighbours

The latest feature film by Kurdish-Swiss director Mano Khalil depicts the absurdity of war through the eyes of a child  

26/01 | Solothurn 2021

Review: Of Fish and Men

Review: Of Fish and Men

Stefanie Klemm’s first feature film is a sensitive and poetic portrayal of the torments suffered by two characters struggling to come to terms with a crushing tragedy  

22/01 | Solothurn 2021

Review: Atlas

Review: Atlas

Niccolò Castelli’s new feature film speaks of the difficulties involved in piecing a deeply traumatised character back together  

21/01 | Solothurn 2021

Anita Hugi • Director, Solothurn Film Festival

Interview: Anita Hugi • Director, Solothurn Film Festival

"It was very important for each film to have its time to shine and to be visible"

The director of the Swiss festival for the second year talks about the 2021 edition, which will unspool online from 20-27 January  

18/01 | Solothurn 2021

The 56th edition of the Solothurn Film Festival to unspool entirely online

The 56th edition of the Solothurn Film Festival to unspool entirely online

Atlas by Niccolò Castelli, which will be presented as a world premiere on the festival’s website and on Switzerland’s three national TV channels, will kick off the gathering  

11/01 | Solothurn 2021

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