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Swiss Films in Locarno Sunday August 6th

5.8.2006

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The 59th International Filmfestival INFORMS: HOMAGE A DANIEL SCHMID "IL BACIO DI TOSCA" v.o ITALIENNE - ST.FR./ALLM. 6.8.2006 PIAZZA GRANDE 23.45

10h30 Forum
Lutte contre l'impunité: Les défis dans les Balkans. Avec Carla Del Ponte, Dick Marty, Thomas Greminger, Mladen Bajic, Marinko Jurevic, Vladimir Vukevic, Marcel Schüpbach.

11h00 Kursaal Semaine de la Critique
HARDCORE CHAMBERMUSIC de Peter Liechti
(Hans im Glück, Namibia Crossings, Marthas Garten, Signers Koffer, Grimsel, Kick that Habit, Tauswetter, Théâtre de l'Espérance, Ausflug ins Gebirg, Senkrecht Waagrecht)

11h00 La Sala Appellations Suisse
JEUNE HOMME de Christoph Schaub
An 18-year-old Swiss German boy goes to Geneva in the French speaking part of Switzerland to work as an “au pair boy”. What is initially merely intended to be a linguistic stay turns into an introduction to life and love.

14h00 Otello Ascona Cinéastes du Présent
NO BODY IS PERFECT de Raphaël Sibilla
This documentary is a journey into the world of extreme and unconventional sexual experimentation, into the world of trans-sexuals, sadomasochism and other forms of sexuality. Without becoming voyeuristic, the film offers an explicit portrait, never sensational for its own sake, of a certain kind of sexuality in the 21st century. The Swiss director Raphaël Sibilla was already at Locarno in 2001 with his film 117 POLICE
SECOURS.

14h30 Palavideo A propos du Cinéma
LA PETITE DAME DU CAPITOLE de Jacqueline Veuve
(La petite dame du Capitole, La nébuleuse du coeur, Jour de marché, La salaire de l'artiste, Delphine Seyrig, portrait d'une comète, Chronique vigneronne, Journal de Rivesaltes 1941-1942, Balade fribourgeoise, L'Homme des casernes, Chronique paysanne en Gruyère, Parti sans laisser d'adresse, La mort du grand-père ou le sommeil du juste, Le panier à viande, les lettres de Stalingrad, Susan, Swiss Graffiti)

22h00 Rialto 1 Appellations Suisse
LENZ de Thomas Imbach
The filmmaker Lenz has left his native Berlin for the Vosges to research the story behind Georg Büchner's novel fragment Lenz. But he soon trades the Alsatian landscape for higher altitudes and more emotional territory. Against a background of kitsch global tourism, provided by the authentic Zermatt locations, Thomas Imbach portrays an unconventional family and a man struggling between euphoria and desperation.
(Happiness is a Warm Gun, Ghetto, Well Done)