The 17th Zurich Film Festival’s Golden Eye for Best Feature Film went to A Chiara by Jonas Carpignano.
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.
Paul Schrader will accept the award in person, before presenting his new film The Card Counter.
#letSEXplore is all about sex showcasing five feature films and three documentary films including Pleasure starring Sofia Kappel, Revika Anne Reustle.
The new James Bond movie No Time to Die will premiere at the 2021 Zurich Film Festival.
“Sharon Stone is a true icon of the seventh art,” explains Christian Jungen, Artistic Director of the Zurich Film Festival.
The film tells the incredible story of Daniela Widmer and David Och, the Swiss couple kidnapped and handed over to the Taliban in 2011 while traveling through Pakistan.
“We are particularly pleased to be able to announce a first major Hollywood production, Wes Anderson’s film The French Dispatch, which will screen as this year’s Closing Film.”
Paolo Sorrentino to Receive Prestigious A Tribute to… Award + Premiere THE HAND OF GOD at Zurich Film Festival
“I am happy and honored to receive this Award because it is always nice to be celebrated…”
Hochwald by Evi Romen wins the Golden Eye of the 16th Zurich Film Festival for the best film in focus competition.
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.”