Director

Bruno Moll

4 Films in collection

Bruno Moll was born in 1948 in Olten. He trained as a photographer from 1972 to 1974. He has worked as a freelance photographer, photojournalist and camera assistant since 1975 and as a freelance author and director since 1978. His film Pizza Bethlehem was awarded both the Zurich Film Prize and the Bern Film Prize in 2010.

Filmography

2019 THE SONG OF MARY BLANE
2013 TAKE OFF
2010 PIZZA BETHLEHEM
2007 ZU FUSS NACH SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
2007 DIE TUNISREISE
2005 ERINNERN
1998 BRAIN CONCERT
1993 DIE BÖSEN BUBEN
1992 GENTE DI MARE
1988 DER SCHUH DES PATRIARCHEN
1985 HAMMER
1982 DAS GANZE LEBEN
1980 SAMBA LENTO
1978 GOTTLIEBS HEIMAT

The Song of Mary Blane (Flyer)

The Song of Mary Blane (2019)

The painter from Solothurn (CH) Frank Buchser was sent to the USA in 1866 to paint a large painting of the "Heroes of the Civil War" for the future Council of States Hall in Bern. Initially Buchser was busy portraying politicians and generals in the spirit of his clients. More and more, however, he became interested in the Indians expelled to the reservations and in the living conditions of the slaves who had just been freed. More

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Take Off (Flyer)

Take Off (2013)

Ghana is considered a model country in West Africa - democratic, open, ambitious. Ghana's government is proud and likes to refer to good governance: to the best rule of law in West Africa and above all to stable economic growth - despite the global financial crisis. The government is determined to achieve faster socio-economic development, especially by expanding the industrial sector. More

Pizza Bethlehem (Flyer)

Pizza Bethlehem (2010)

Bethlehem is a neighbourhood in the city of Bern where immigrants from over 30 nations have settled. At the centre of this film is the junior team of the Bethlehem Football Club. In this team, the majority are immigrants between 15 and 16 years old. The film also portrays – along with football – their everyday lives at school, vocational training and leisure time. More

Die Tunisreise - Le voyage à Tunis (Flyer)

Die Tunisreise - Le voyage à Tunis (2007)

A very special journey: In 1914 Paul Klee visited the South of Tunis. More than 90 years later, the filmmaker Nacer Khemir, a painter himself and admirer of Klee, makes the same journey, following the marks Klee has left and guiding the spectator into the tunisian culture in all its richness. We learn about Khemir's films as well as the fascination of Paul Klee and his work. More