Bildrausch hybrid

A celebration of film, in cinema and at home

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Cutting edge

The international competition kicks off on June 16

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Official Festival Trailer

Carte Blanche to
Luis Miñarro

 

Programm — Heute — Tagestipps
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Sweet Thing

Alexandre Rockwell USA 2020

kult.kino atelier 4, Live/Stream

21:30 

Life may often be black, white and grey in Alexandre Rockwell's gritty social drama, but imagination is all the more colourful. A highly personal attempt to find a space for humanity. 

 

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May 20, 2021

Kaleidoscope

Our new programme celebrates the diversity of world cinema

 

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May 11, 2021

Félix Dufour-Laperrière

The French-Canadian filmmaker creates islands in the stream

 

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May 6, 2021

Against Forgetting 

Bildrausch welcomes the Lebanese artists Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige 

 

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Ludwig Wüst at Neues Kino

"Leaving Home/Coming Home" could be the leitmotif of Ludwig Wüst's trilogy Das Haus meines Vaters (2013), Aufbruch (2018) and 3.30 PM (2020). His roadmovies are all about returning to the parental home, but also tell of the transcendent "journey to the last things". How can "home" be anchored in one's own biography? With minimalist narratives, like filmed haikus. - Holz-Lecture provides an insight into the workshop of the "Austrian Maverick".

 

> Ludwig Wüst at Neues Kino

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Ludwig Wüst at Neues Kino

"Leaving Home/Coming Home" could be the leitmotif of Ludwig Wüst's trilogy Das Haus meines Vaters (2013), Aufbruch (2018) and 3.30 PM (2020). His roadmovies are all about returning to the parental home, but also tell of the transcendent "journey to the last things". How can "home" be anchored in one's own biography? With minimalist narratives, like filmed haikus. - Holz-Lecture provides an insight into the workshop of the "Austrian Maverick".

 

> Ludwig Wüst at Neues Kino

Hinweis

A Visit to Thinking/Space

In Thinking/Space, we take the time to engage in an open and in-depth exchange: we turn our curiosity towards the filmmakers' toolboxes, explore the special dimensions of their works and talk to them about cinema as a vision of our world.

 

> Thinking/Space with Joana

Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige

Bildrausch Boulevard
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One heart and one cinema

Athina Rachel Tsangari and Dušan Makavejev (1932-2019) at the first Bildrausch in 2011

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Programmatic

The festival directors Beat Schneider (left) and Nicole Reinhard name a prize after their first jury member, the radical Swiss filmmaker Peter Liechti (1951-2014, centre)

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Howe Gelb

Basel, let's hang out and play

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69 Hotel Rooms

In 2012, the filmmaker and author Michael Glawogger (1959-2014) invited us on an unforgettable voyage of discovery through his still unreleased book

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After Sunset

Between Calexico and David Lynch: Acapulco Radio, Berlin's gods of cultivated Twang, at their first Swiss concert at the Bildrausch Salon

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And the Bildrausch Ring of Film Art goes to...

British filmmaker Joanna Hogg reads the laudatory speech for Alejandro Jodorowsky and La danza de la realidad

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The film banquet

Our happy round table in 2014

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The magic of a cinema night

A different kind of 3D projection

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A total work of art

Peter Strickland rocks Bildrausch 2015 with his Sonic Catering Band

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Pure poetry

Ruth Beckermann talks about her film The Dreamed Ones in 2016

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Photo bomb

Beat Schneider, Jean Perret, Mani Haghighi, Christine Dollhofer, Nicole Reinhard, Albert Serra, Eugène Green (from left to right)

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Souvenir

Bruno Ganz (1941-2019) presents The Party by Sally Potter in the International Competition in 2017

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The Storyteller

Lav Diaz – seeker of truths, hero of slow cinema and winner of the Bildrausch Ring of Film Art in 2018 – answers questions from his fans

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«You talkin' to me?»

Film karaoke on Theaterplatz

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Challenging brilliance

Kim Ki-duk (1960-2020) presents his gently enraged spy thriller The Net (Geumul) in the International Competition

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Passionate grace

The British directing legend Terence Davies (right) enchants Bildrausch in 2017

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A grand prize with character

The Bildrausch Ring of Film Art

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About the unpredictability of life

"This is the first time I'm getting married to a film festival": Tereza Villaverde wins the Bildrausch Ring of Film Art in 2017 for Colo

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From Basel to the Oscars

RaMell Ross shows Hale County, This Morning, This Evening in the International Competition in 2018

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The Honorary Award for Visionary Filmmaking

A gold ring honours special merit in auteur filmmaking and film art

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A chronicler of the damned

Author and director Paul Schrader wears the Honorary Ring of Visionary Filmmaking for his transcendental as well as raging opus

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Let's toast...

...to cinema and to friendship!

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Cinema as a locus of truth

Documentary filmmaker Gianfranco Rosi (right) at Thinking/Space

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A Swiss filmmaking family

A class reunion at the special programme Joining Reni Mertens and Walter Marti in the Future

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A special prize with attitude

Jolanda Gsponer (left, Liechti Filmproduktion) hands over the first Peter Liechti Prize to Aya Koretzky for A volta ao mundo quando tinhas 30 anos

"Life and cinema always find a way to thrive"

Director Amir Naderi, guest of honour of the third Bildrausch 2013