«Häutungen» (Shedding), became a cult book of the women’s movement in 1975.
In it, the Swiss author Verena Stefan relentlessly describes her escape from the patriarchal world. The film shows how she increasingly became the “Mensch of her life” and portrays her and people who were close to her.
A film about exceptional people in an extraordinary city.
Iqrit in northern Galilee is a ghost town. 1948, the greek-catholic population was displaced and – since then – may only return to celebrate mass in the village church.
On holidays, such as Easter, hundreds of former Iqrit residents pilgrim to the small dilapidated church on the hill.
SRF1 – Sternstunde Religion, January, 7th 2018
play RTS „les gens d’Iqrit“ (samedi le 18 février à 13h25)
«At night, the soul flies further» continues to be at the International Film Festival on Disability in Cannes in the Official Selection 2017
Pina Dolce is an artist with no eyes. Her work and her life tell of a sensual perception of the world.
The daily work of the Benedictine missionary Peter Meienberg is determined by the life of the prisoners in Nairobi. The film tells in various stories of prisoners who Peter Meienberg stands as a helper and «good soul» for the people locked in.
Albert Anker is an artist whos work is full of prejudices and ideological misunderstandings. It is worthwhile now to rediscover him. The history of the Ankers life and work is also a piece of Swiss history, in a rapidly renewing world of the 19th century.
The portrait of sculptor Schang Hutter explores the question of what has influenced the artist in his work and shows important stages and turning points of his artistic career and life between 1982-2007.
She knows nothing of his death – he knows nothing of her birth. Mexico and India – and the old dream of a one-way ticket. In a cinematic essay, two opposite stories about the circle of life, death and birth come together to – a love story.
As part of “The Dance of Death in Contemporary Art” the film will be shown on November 6th and 7th in Cinema Rex Bern.
Doctor Chromsky said he could do nothing more for me, and he was in wonderful accordance with my employer‘s opinion. Finally, I was offered help in one of these travel agencies.