Hochwald by Evi Romen wins the Golden Eye of the 16th Zurich Film Festival for the best film in focus competition.
Zurich Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Zurich Film Festival
WHERE: Zurich, Switzerland
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: The aim of the Zurich Film Festival is to offer audiences an insight into the work of the most promising filmmakers from around the globe and to promote the exchange of ideas between established film workers, creative talent and the public.
German actor and director Til Schweiger was moved and visibly delighted as he received the Golden Eye Award at The Zurich Film Festival.
French filmmaker Maïwenn accepted the A Tribute To… Award at the 16th Zurich Film Festival and premiered her most recent film ADN (DNA).
Actress Juliette Binoche received the Golden Icon Award at the 16th Zurich Film Festival, and presented her film “How to Be a Good Wife.”
Olivia Colman, currently starring alongside Anthony Hopkins in The Father, will receive the Golden Eye award at Zurich Film Festival.
Zurich Film Festival confirmed twelve films including the spy thriller The Courier, the erotic drama Passion Simple and Misbehaviour starring Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, for its gala section.
Zurich Film Festival will honor French director and actress Maïwenn with The A Tribute to… Award and premiere her new film ADN (DNA).
Juliette Binoche will become the first French actress to receive the Golden Icon Award for her acting career at Zurich Film Festival.
The world-premiere of the Swiss tragicomedy My Wonderful Wanda (Wanda, Mein Wunder) by Bettina Oberli will open the 16th Zurich Film Festival.
Zurich Film Festival revealed the first ten films in its 2020 gala program including Assassins, The Big Hit (Un triomphe), Shirley, and Kajillionaire.
Sound of Metal by Darius Marder was awarded the Golden Eye for Best International Feature Film at the 15th Zurich Film Festival.
Composer Ching-Shan Chang impressed the jury over 321 composers from 46 countries to win the Golden Eye for Best International Film Music 2019 at the 8th International Music Film Competition.
The 15th Zurich Film Festival rolls out the green carpet from September 26 to October 6, 2019, with over 170 films. Among them are more films by women directors than ever before.
Director Roland Emmerich will be honored with this year’s A Tribute to… Award at the Zurich Film Festival alongside a retrospective of his films including INDEPENDENCE DAY, GODZILLA, THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW.
Kirsten Stewart will receive the prestigious Golden Eye Award at the Zurich Film Festival and celebrate her latest film SEBERG in which she plays the title character, Jean Seberg.
The world premiere of Bruno Manser – Die Stimme des Regenwaldes (Bruno Manser – The Voice of the Rainforest) directed by Niklaus Hilber will open the 2019 Zurich Film Festival.
Oscar winning director Oliver Stone will head the Jury of the 15th Zurich Film Festival’s International Competition.
The 15th edition of the Zurich Film Festival will shine a light on Colombian cinema and highlight a new generation of filmmakers whose work reflects on the country’s recent history.
The Zurich Film Festival awarded their 2018 Golden Eye for International Feature Film to GIRL by Lukas Dhont from Belgium/Netherlands,
The Romanian composer Sebastian Androne-Nakanishi is the winner of the 7th International Film Music Competition, which took place during the Zurich Film Festival.
Actor Dev Patel presented the 4th Filmmaker Award to director Lorenz Merz and producer Simon Hesse at the IWC Private Dinner during the 2018 Zurich Film Festival for their film BEAST.
Judi Dench will be honored with the Golden Icon Award at this year’s Zurich Film Festival and present her latest film, RED JOAN, a drama inspired by the life of Melita Norwood, in which she plays a woman whose tranquil life is suddenly disrupted when she’s arrested by MI5 and accused of providing intelligence to Communist Russia.
Actor Donald Sutherland, a veteran of the silver screen, with credits spanning six decades will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2018 Zurich Film Festival.
The European Premiere of director Peter Farrelly’s drama Green Book will open the 14th Zurich Film Festival