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Where to see FIFDH24 films?

Many of the films presented during the 22nd edition of the FIFDH can be seen in Swiss cinemas or at home.

In movie theaters in Switzerland

Il reste encore demain
de Paola Cortellesi

Paola Cortellesi

C’è ancora domani

Delia is Ivano’s wife and mother of three children in Rome in the 1940s. Wife and mother: these are the roles that define her, and for her, that is enough. A blend of drama, comedy and musical, this unique film celebrates the road to emancipation of women.

Now in cinemas!

Green Border 
d’Agnieszka Holland

Agnieszka Holland

Green Border

In the forests that make up the “green border” between Belarus and Poland, refugees attempting to reach the European Union are trapped in a geopolitical crisis. This new film by the renowned filmmaker Agnieszka Holland questions our very consciences.

Now in theaters.

Lisa Gerig

The Hearing (L’Audition)

Four asylum seekers relive their asylum hearings with the authorities. What happens when your future depends on your ability to tell your own story convincingly?

In theaters.

Bye bye Tibériade
de Lina Soualem

Lina Soualem

Bye bye Tibérias

At the age of 20, Hiam left her village in Palestine to become an actress. Several years later, her daughter Lina creates a film about her life. A journey through four generations of women preserving their personal and collective memory through the strength of their bonds.

In theaters.

Andrés Peyrot

God is a Woman (Dieu est une femme)

In 1975, an expeditionary explorer made a film about the Kunas. The project went bankrupt and the film was confiscated. Fifty years later, the Kunas, who are still hoping to discover “their” film, hear of a newly-found copy.

In theaters on May 1st.

Augure
de Baloji,

Baloji

Omen (Augure)

The musician and artist Baloji takes us on a spellbinding journey retracing the story of four characters accused of witchcraft. They find a way to help each other escape from their fate in a magical and imaginary Africa.

In theaters on May 8.

Goodbye Julia
de Mohamed Kordofani

Mohamed Kordofani

Goodbye Julia

Mona, a former singer, seeks to make amends for causing the death of a man by hiring his wife as a maid. A journey into the collective memory of the Sudanese people through the lives of two women linked by unexpected occurrences.

In theaters on May 29.

Le repli
de Joseph Paris

Joseph Paris

Le repli

Between the restriction of freedoms, the curtailing of the right to demonstrate, police violence, Islamophobia and systemic racism, Le repli examines the phenomenon of identity withdrawal in France.

In theaters in October.

Online movies

Another Body
de Sophie Compton et Reuben Hamlyn

Reuben Hamlyn and Sophie Compton

Porno et hypertrucage : une intimité volée (Another Body)

Taylor, an American student, is the victim of deepfake: her face is used in pornographic content. As she searches for the perpetrator, she discovers how technology is employed to harm and oppress women.

On Play RTS.

Limits of Europe
d’Apolena Rychlikova

Apolena Rychlíková

Invisibles – Les travailleurs de l‘Europe de l’Est (Limits of Europe)

In Limits of Europe Saša Uhlová poses as a migrant worker from Eastern Europe in various European countries. Using a hidden camera, she testifies to the difficulties of working in precarious conditions in Europe.

On Arte.tv.

Tax Wars
d’Hege Dehli et Xavier Harel

Hege Dehli and Xavier Harel

Tax Wars

Tax abuses by multinational companies are commonplace, and inequalities are growing in a globalised economy. Tax Wars takes us behind the scenes of a global effort for tax justice.

On ARTE on June 4.