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12 articles available in total starting from 16/09/2021. Last article published on 21/10/2021.

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Peter Middleton and James Spinney  • Directors of The Real Charlie Chaplin

Interview: Peter Middleton and James Spinney • Directors of The Real Charlie Chaplin

“We were making the film during the #MeToo era, and of course, it looms large over everything”

The directors of the acclaimed Notes on Blindness documentary and VR project talk about their new doc on the iconic British artist  

21/10 | London 2021

Julia Furer  • Director of Love Will Come Later

Interview: Julia Furer • Director of Love Will Come Later

“When you dig deeper, that’s when it gets interesting”

This documentary takes its director all the way to Morocco as she follows Samir on his quest for love  

06/10 | Zurich 2021

Review: Les Nouvelles Èves

Review: Les Nouvelles Èves

The collective (and militant) Swiss documentary imposes itself as a battle cry against gender stereotypes  

04/10 | Zurich 2021

Dennis Stormer, Marisa Meier  • Director and producer of Youth Topia

Interview: Dennis Stormer, Marisa Meier • Director and producer of Youth Topia

“Initially, we said: ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to have an algorithm tell us what to do with our life?’”

We talked to the director and producer behind this year’s Zurich Audience Award winner, in which kids just refuse to grow up  

04/10 | Zurich 2021

The Zurich Film Festival honours three courageous portraits of women

The Zurich Film Festival honours three courageous portraits of women

A Chiara by Jonas Carpignano, Life of Ivanna by Renato Borrayo Serrano and The Fam by Fred Baillif each nab a Golden Eye  

04/10 | Zurich 2021 | Awards

Review: Love Will Come Later

Review: Love Will Come Later

This debut feature by young Swiss documentary-maker Julia Furer depicts the existential torments endured by Samir, a young Moroccan on the hunt for true love  

01/10 | Zurich 2021

Review: The Lost Daughter

Review: The Lost Daughter

Maggie Gyllenhaal tackles one of society’s biggest taboos in her stunning, disturbing directorial debut: mothers who may, or may not, regret having children  

01/10 | Zurich 2021

Review: Adolf Muschg - The Other

Review: Adolf Muschg - The Other

With his latest feature film, Erich Schmid treats us to a portrait of an unusual individual who has left a lasting imprint on cultural history, in Switzerland and elsewhere  

30/09 | Zurich 2021

Review: Youth Topia

Review: Youth Topia

German director Dennis Stormer presents his astonishing and wonderfully destabilising first feature film about the frustration and nostalgia of adolescence  

29/09 | Zurich 2021

Review: Momentum

Review: Momentum

Edwin Charmillot presents his first feature film which offers a brief and dreamlike glimpse at the life of a lost in translation teen  

28/09 | Zurich 2021

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