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Solothurn 2022

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11 articles available in total starting from 16/12/2021. Last article published on 01/02/2022.

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Review: Lost in Paradise

Review: Lost in Paradise

Fiona Ziegler’s film is an irreverent comedy about a character caught between two cultures and two worlds which he can’t escape and which he no longer wishes to  

01/02 | Solothurn 2022

Review: Pas de deux

Review: Pas de deux

Elie Aufseesser’s first feature film explores the complex relationship binding together two brothers with very different temperaments and ambitions  

31/01 | Solothurn 2022

Review: L’art du silence

Review: L’art du silence

Maurizius Staerkle Drux’s second feature film casts new light on the life and the art of famous mime artist Marcel Marceau  

28/01 | Solothurn 2022

Review: Rotzloch

Review: Rotzloch

Maja Tschumi’s first captivating feature film sees us catapulted without a net between the walls of a refugee centre where four young people are trying to rebuild their lives  

28/01 | Solothurn 2022

Wet Sand, Pas de deux and Beautiful Minds win big at the Solothurn Film Festival

Wet Sand, Pas de deux and Beautiful Minds win big at the Solothurn Film Festival

Films by Elene Naveriani, Elie Aufseesser and Bernard Campan were chosen to represent the crème de la crème of Swiss cinema  

28/01 | Solothurn 2022 | Awards

Review: À ciel ouvert

Review: À ciel ouvert

Charlie Petersmann's latest feature film gives us a behind-the-scenes look at a pharaonic construction site that seems to swallow up everything and everyone  

27/01 | Solothurn 2022

Review: (Im)mortels

Review: (Im)mortels

Lila Ribi's second touching feature film is a true declaration of love for her 100-year-old grandmother, an unforgettable character  

26/01 | Solothurn 2022

Review: Aya

Review: Aya

Lorenzo Valmontone and Thomas Szczepanski transport us to the metaphorical and metaphysical desert of Calais in the company of Zimako and Lydie, two souls awaiting chimeric salvation  

25/01 | Solothurn 2022

Review: Forma del primo movimento

Review: Forma del primo movimento

The first feature from Ticino director Tommaso Donati relies on body language to reveal the truths hidden deep within each of us  

24/01 | Solothurn 2022

Review: Loving Highsmith

Review: Loving Highsmith

Based on Patricia Highsmith’s diaries and notes, as well as touching testimonials from friends, lovers and relatives, Eva Vitija’s documentary is a deeply moving work  

21/01 | Solothurn 2022

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