Directed by Carole Bonstein
Using archive material that are being made public for the first time, this film is the first to ever attempt to portray the life of Annemarie Schwarzenbach, scion of a wealthy Zurich industrial family that made no attempt to disguise its sympathies for the Nazi world order.
Author, journalist and news photographer, Annemarie Schwarzenbach rebelled against this environment.
Escaping from Switzerland and from reality, she travelled the world denouncing Europe’s fascist movements, and America’s exploitation of its workers.
- Special Jury Award by UBS at the Soleure Film Festival (Switzerland), 2001
- 2001 Best Documentary Award Milan Lesbian & Gay International Film Festival (Italy), June 2001
- 2001 Public Grand Prize, Torino Women International Film Festival (Italy), March 2002
Français, deutsch, italiano
Vidéo 16/9 Colour / DVCAM / Beta digital
Type & Running time
Documentary – 56′
Year of production
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Distribution of the film – public screening / festivals
In Switzerland: Troubadour films distribution
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