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Swiss films of undeniable international potential

Swiss films of undeniable international potential

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This independent section, presented by SWISS FILMS, the national film promotional agency, offers the chance to discover Swiss films of undeniable international potential. The selection presents a range of films, which have drawn attention at major international festivals over the past twelve months or which have had theatrical release.

Selection of films, in alphabetical order:

ANNELIE by Antej Farac – 2012 – 111 min.
ARGERICH (Bloody Daughter) by Stéphanie Argerich – 2012 – 95 min.
DER IMKER by Mano Khalil – 2013– 107 min.
FRÜHZUG by Delia Hess – 2012 – 5 min.
HARRY DEAN STANTON: PARTLY FICTION by Sophie Huber – 2012 – 77 min.
KARMA SHADUB by Ramòn Giger and Jan Gassman – 2013 – 94 min.
LA CLÉ DE LA CHAMBRE À LESSIVE by Frédéric Florey and Floriane Devigne – 2013 – 72 min.
LA NUIT DE L'OURS by Samuel Guillaume and Frédéric Guillaume – 2012 – 22 min.
MANN KANN NICHT ALLES AUF EINMAL TUN, ABER MAN KANN ALLES AUF EINMAL LASSEN by Maria-Elsa Sgualdo – 2013 – 15 min.
SADHU by Gaël Métroz – 2012 – 93 min.
THORBERG by Dieter Fahrer – 2012 – 106 min.
TUTTO PARLA DI TE by Alina Marazzi – 2012 – 84 min.
VERLIEBTE FEINDE by Werner "Swiss" Schweizer – 2012 – 112 min.

Appellations spécial: Hommage à Jacqueline Veuve

LES FRERES BAPST, CHARRETIERS by Jacqueline Veuve – 1989 – 26 min.
LA PETITE DAME DU CAPITOLE by Jacqueline Veuve – 2005 – 55 min.

The projections of the artist’s two selected films will be followed by a roundtable discussion in memoriam with Léo Veuve, Jean Perret and Fernand Melgar. Thursday, 8 August, PalaVideo.

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