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'Girl' wins top prize at 2018 Zurich Film Festival

Gustav Möller’s The Guilty wins critics’ choice award.

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'Midnight Runner' producers Contrast Film set ambitious slate

Titles include documentary ‘Caveman’ and crime story ’Storm’.

Zurich Master Class

James D Stern, Kevin Macdonald, Gabrielle Tana among mentors for Zurich Master Class

The Master Class is a five-day networking and mentoring programme for 20 emerging filmmakers.

ROMA

Participant Media president explains why Netflix was right for 'Roma'

‘Our main focus in the early days was just making sure that we supported Alfonso.’

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What are the pros and cons of using Big Data in the film and TV business?

Amazon Studios and Netflix approaches cited in presentation.

First they killed my father

Euro soft money easier to access than US incentives, financing agents tell Zurich Summit

Los Angeles-set productions ‘total lottery system’, agent says.

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Peter Farrelly, Viggo Mortensen talk 'Green Book' at Zurich opening

14th edition of festival got underway on Thursday (Sept 27).

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Judi Dench to receive Zurich Film Festival honourary award

Dench will also present Trevor Nunn’s ‘Red Joan’ at the festival.

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Demand takes English-speaking rights to Daniel Hope documentary (exclusive)

Nahuel Lopez’s film about the violinist premiered in Zurich last year.

Cronofobia

'Cronofobia': Tallinn Review

A slippery, challenging debut marks Francseco Rizzi as a name to watch

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'Richard Says Goodbye': Zurich Review

Johnny Depp plays an English professor who receives a fatal diagnosis

Wolkenbruch

'Wolkenbruch': Zurich Review

A comedy set in Zurich’s Orthodox Jewish community could be a surprise hit

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'Firecrackers': Zurich Film Festival

Crackling all-female debut set in a one-trailer-park Canadian town

Welcome To Sodom

'Welcome To Sodom': Zurich Review

Documentary is set on a wasteground for the world’s electronics outside Accra, Ghana