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Zurich 2018


10 articles available in total starting from 03/10/2018. Last article published on 10/10/2018.

Review: Cronofobia

Review: Cronofobia

The first feature film by the Ticino-born director Francesco Rizzi transports viewers into a Swiss Lynchian universe  

10/10/2018 | Zurich 2018

Review: Walden

Review: Walden

The meditative latest film by the Swiss director Daniel Zimmermann hypnotises us in the truest sense of the word, leading us by the hand into the heart of a mysterious forest  

09/10/2018 | Zurich 2018

Girl wins the Golden Eye at Zurich Film Festival

Girl wins the Golden Eye at Zurich Film Festival

Young Belgian director Lukas Dhont seduces the international festival competition jury with his very powerful first film  

08/10/2018 | Zurich 2018 | Awards

Review: Kursk

Review: Kursk

Denmark’s Thomas Vinterberg directs an English-language drama about the sinking of the K-141 submarine, starring a European cast toplined by Matthias Schoenaerts, Léa Seydoux and Colin Firth  

05/10/2018 | Zurich 2018

Julian Schnabel  • Director

Interview: Julian Schnabel • Director

“I never wanted to get on the van Gogh boat”

Cineuropa talked to artist-director Julian Schnabel, the man behind At Eternity’s Gate, his latest film that centres on the twilight years of Vincent van Gogh  

05/10/2018 | Zurich 2018

Annabel Jankel  • Director

Interview: Annabel Jankel • Director

“This film would not have been made by a man”

Fresh from its world premiere at Toronto, we chatted to London-born Annabel Jankel about Tell It to the Bees, her first feature since 1993’s Super Mario Bros.  

04/10/2018 | Zurich 2018

Marcus H Rosenmüller  • Director

Interview: Marcus H Rosenmüller • Director

“There were so many aspects that we could use to make this bigger than a football film”

We chatted to German director-screenwriter Marcus H Rosenmüller about his new drama, Trautmann, based on the life of the famous Manchester City goalkeeper  

04/10/2018 | Zurich 2018

Thomas Vinterberg  • Director

Interview: Thomas Vinterberg • Director

“This film was very far from what I normally do”

We sat down with Danish director Thomas Vinterberg to discuss his approach to his new movie, Kursk, which world-premiered at Toronto and is now playing at Zurich  

04/10/2018 | Zurich 2018

Review: Trautmann

Review: Trautmann

German director Marcus H Rosenmüller shows the trials and tribulations of legendary Manchester City goalkeeper Bert Trautmann in his new drama  

03/10/2018 | Zurich 2018

Review: Tell It to the Bees

Review: Tell It to the Bees

Anna Paquin and Holliday Grainger star in Annabel Jankel’s rather plain adaptation of Fiona Shaw’s bestseller  

03/10/2018 | Zurich 2018