Festival del Film Locarno

ANNELIE comes back to Switzerland and and fills the cinemas of the Festival del Film in Locarno. In the category “Appellations Suisse” the film conquers the hearts of the audience.

Great media echo

Many thanks to 10vor10Box OfficeNZZBundZüritippOutnow and Cineman for the positives reviews!

Interview with Antej Farac

Very intresting interview with the director of ANNELIE in the Berner Zeitung.

Theatrical release in Switzerland

Annelie celebrates it’s theatrical release in Switzerland! Coming out 20th of June 2013 in this cinemas:
Zürich: Kino Riffraff, Bern: Kellerkino, Frauenfeld: Kino Luna, Solothurn: Kino im Uferbau, Luzern: Bourbaki

Just great!

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ANNELIE Press

Festival de Cine Europeo en Colombia 2013

ANNELIE conquers the other side of the world! We are pleased about the participation at the competition of the Eurocine Festival 2013 in Colombia. Keep your fingers crossed!

Bari International Film Festival 2013

Also in southern Italy ANNELIE excites the visitors of the Bari International Film Festival. We are pleased with the positive report on cinemaeteatro.com!

A movie that’s like a song by Kiss

“ANNELIE is hardly the kind of film that fits seamlessly next to all the decorous Swiss comedies, tragic or not-so-tragic sentimental regional movies or classical documentaries. ANNELIE is different. Courageous, cumbersome and polarizing. It gets on your nerves and hits you in your gut. But it won’t leave anyone indifferent. It is a radical, hard-hitting film. ANNELIE is rock ’n’ roll. It’s a movie that’s like a song by Kiss. It’s either going to make you love it, or just the opposite.” – Many thanks to the Bieler Tagblatt for this great review!

48. Solothurner Filmtage

Rock’n'Roll in Switzerland! “ANNELIE” became an insider’s tip of the 48. Solothurner Filmtage and received great reviews from the audience and the press. Thanks to Berner Zeitung, Der Bund and Bieler Tagblatt!

Abendzeitung about Annelie

Fairy-tale like article of the Abendzeitung: “For a year, director Antej Farac worked directly across from the Hotel Annelie and witnessed his neighbors’ strokes of fate, their highs and their lows. “Annelie” is a work of docu-fiction based on Farac’s observations, which does not expose its protagonists, but instead, awakens sympathy for them. It is a look inside the tough milieu of the alkies, junkies and petty criminals that inhabit the post-Hartz IV welfare system, and it has a tragic, almost fairy-tale like ending.”
31 October 2012