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Let's get it started. Jan 1, 2014 1660
Capturing beauty: to enter Bruno Bisang's world is to discover the truly eclectic. The famed Swiss photographer's Zurich apartment boasts stylish paintings, stunning sculptures and the work of photographers he admires. Soft, languid jazz plays while Bisang, who is reserved but personable, sips red wine and talks about his life and work. Cover story Jun 1, 2009 1254
A golden touch for Switzerland's silver screen: Michael Sauter is the screenwriter behind nationwide hits like Achtung, fertig, Charlie!, Mein Name ist Eugen and Grounding: The Last Days of Swissair. Swiss News meets Switzerland's provocative and hottest cinematic voice. Feb 1, 2009 1394
A mandate for change: in March 2007, Doudou Diene, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Racism issued a controversial report alleging that Switzerland suffers from "disturbing" patterns of both racism and xenophobia. Swiss News recently caught up with the busy Diene for an update on Switzerland's progress more than one year on. Cover story Oct 1, 2008 1403
Wandering around Cannes: the Cannes Film Festival is a name that conjures up images of glamour and stars, sandy beaches and the breezily content jet set. But that's not what it's really all about. Join reporter Chris Blake for a unique view of the happenings. Aug 1, 2008 1324
Biking tours. Jun 1, 2008 106
The Zurich Film Festival: Sundance Europe? it is one of those stormy, humid days Zurich has endured all summer. Inside the offices of the Zurich Film Festival, its director Karl Spoerri is excited. He knows that in only its third year, his creation is bigger and growing faster than even he imagined. Sep 1, 2007 1169
A new improved Ana. Interview Aug 1, 2007 1512
Samir: rebel with a cause: a defining scene in Samir's 2005 film Snow White is when rapper, Paco, confronts his wealthy Zurich audience with rhymes about their materialism and superficiality. Jun 1, 2007 1312
Football, American-style: on spring afternoons, Swiss parks fill with football players. And many are indulging in the American version, complete with smashing tackles and acrobatic cheerleaders. Interview Apr 1, 2006 808
This year's models: the fashion industry requires an inexhaustible supply of beautiful young models but precious few fit the strict requirements. To discover how Swiss modelling agencies produce the goods, Swiss News spent the afternoon with Option Model Agency founder, Ursula Knecht, one of the most influential figures in the business. Mar 1, 2006 1163
Evolution of an artist: when Bryon Paul McCartney followed his girlfriend to Zurich five years ago, the graphic designer had no idea he would become an internationally respected photographer. Swiss News spoke with him at his studio about how he discovered his true passion and turned dreams to reality. Jan 1, 2006 1095
Voices from home: the English Show helps expats keep informed on what's happening locally. For the show's presenters, it's all done with a smile. Oct 1, 2005 788
Home sweet home, in Switzerland too: buying a home in Switzerland is becoming a reality for many people--including expats. Swiss News takes a look at one couple's experience and talks with two men 'in the know.'. Sep 1, 2005 1223
But are you really Swiss? For some people born with Swiss citizenship, actually feeling or being perceived as 'Swiss,' is often more complicated than simply possessing the fabled little red passport. Aug 1, 2005 1402
Chicken wings, anyone? Jul 1, 2005 658
The world of Miss Switzerland: halfway through her year as Miss Switzerland, Fiona Hefti talks to Swiss News about the experience, including traveling, championing good causes, pageant competitions and what it all means for her future. Apr 1, 2005 1402
Swiss films: it is a long way from Hollywood with its annual blockbusters, but Switzerland is quietly making a name for itself in world cinema. Mar 1, 2005 972
Managing FIFA: larger than life FIFA's Sepp Blatter talks to Swiss News about the association's present and future outlook, about Switzerland and about football. Feb 1, 2005 1331
The American expats vote. Nov 1, 2004 1292
Meet the director: Edward Kwadwo Apau is a famous Ghanaian director who is trying to carve a niche for himself in international cinema, starting with film festivals in Switzerland, where he and his family have been living for the past four years. Oct 1, 2004 972
Letter to the editor. Letter to the Editor Jan 1, 2004 375

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