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Keeper wins big at Swiss Film Awards

24 March 2014 9:02 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

I Am The Keeper, Dreamland and Father’s Garden win at Swiss Film Awards; First Saas-Fee Filmfest honours Soldate Jeannette and Love Steaks.

Sabine Boss’ I Am The Keeper (Der Goalie bin ig) was the big winner at this year Swiss Film Awards in Zurich, picking up four prizes for Best Feature Film, Best Screenplay, Best Actor (Marcus Signer) and Best Film Score after being nominated in seven categories.

The production by C-Film Ag and Carac Film, based on the eponymous novel by Pedro Lenz about an ex-junkie’s past catching up with him as he tries to find a way back into normal life, was released by Ascot Elite Entertainment Group in cinemas in the German-speaking part of Switzerland on Feb 6 and has already posted over 68,000 admissions.

The members of the Swiss Film Academy voted to give the Quartz trophy for Best Actress to Ursina Lardi for her performance as a prostitute in Zurich in [link »

- screen.berlin@googlemail.com (Martin Blaney)

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Cinema Made In Italy: The Human Factor Review

12 March 2014 4:18 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Bruno Oliveri.

Starring: Silvio Orlando, Giuseppe Battiston, Sandra Ceccarelli, Alice Raffaelli.

Running Time: 83 minutes.

Synopsis: Inspector Adriano Monaco has spent the past three years avoiding human contact after the death of his wife, simply filling out paperwork – but when a man is found dead and his daughter is arrested, he must get a grip on his world before it comes crashing down around him.

Straddling multiple genres but commanding none, Bruno Oliveri’s character-driven thriller The Human Factor (originally titled La Variabile Umana) seeks to explore involving themes but fails to involve its audience. Centring around Inspector Adriano Monaco’s (Silvio Orlando) struggle to come to terms with the death of his wife while attempting to work his job, The Human Factor attempts to set up a mystery of its own when a wealthy businessman is found shot dead and Adriano’s daughter Linda (Alice Raffaelli) is arrested for possession of a firearm. »

- Chris Wharfe

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