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Todd Haynes, 2019 c7.6

The up-and-coming American lawyer Rob Bilott prefers to represent the chemical industry when he is made aware in 1998 of the large corporation DuPont, which pollutes the Ohio River with toxic waste. In the course of exhausting research he comes to the conclusion that the company is knowingly poisoning an entire city, manipulating the authorities - and that the highly lucrative plastic Teflon is at stake. What he doesn't know yet is that this is only the beginning of an epic struggle for truth and responsibility, in which the overpowering opponent is happy with every means at his disposal. - Based on true events.

Jean-Marc Vallée, 2009 c7.2

The young ruler Victoria is under pressure from her surroundings to choose a man at her side. The attempts to manipulate the princess lead to scandal at the English royal court. During this time Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg comes to London. In order to strengthen the influence of his family on the English royal house, he is to win the heart of the young queen.

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Pablo Larraín, UK, 2021
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During her Christmas holidays with the royal family at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England, Diana decides to leave her marriage to Prince Charles.

Magnus von Horn, Poland 2020, 106' c6.6
Mano Khalil, Switzerland 2021, 124' c8.6



Actress, * Paris 1985

As the granddaughter of Jérôme Seydoux, the CEO of Pathé, she was already familiar with the world of cinema as a child. After high school, Seydoux attended the theater school "Les Enfants Terribles," which helped her overcome her shyness. She soon appeared on the big screen in various French productions, including La Belle Personne (2008), for which she was nominated in the Best Young Actress category at the César Awards. The actress had her big breakthrough with her role as Emma in La Vie d'Adèle by Abdellatif Kechiche. The film won numerous awards, including the Palme d'Or at the 66th Cannes Film Festival. From La Belle et la Bête with Vincent Cassel to Bertrand Bonello's Saint Laurent and Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel, Léa Seydoux has celebrated one success after another on the big screen. In 2015, she landed the role of Madeleine Swann in Spectre, directed by Sam Mendes, the 24th installment of the James Bond saga. Four years later, she delivered a gripping performance in the film Roubaix, une lumiere by Arnaud Desplechin. 2021 is the year of Léa Seydoux: Not only does the actress return to the screens of the world's multiplexes as Madeleine Swann , but she can also be seen in four other films, proving how much she is in demand from directors of both the really big boxes and auteur cinema: The French Dispatch by Wes Anderson, France by Bruno Dumont, The Story of My Wife by Ildikó Enyedi and Tromperie by Arnaud Desplechin, they all count on the fascinating acting of the talented Frenchwoman. Experience the captivating presence of Léa Seydoux in our seven selected films.



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In Bonnie Scotland (1935) Laurel & Hardy were hired to collect garbage. Demonstration of their dance steps.


The Joy of Music

Six films about talent, stars and the thrill of making music.

Etienne Comar, 2017
How the king of gipsy jazz dealt with the Nazi occupation of France.
Inside Llewyn Davis
Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, 2013
In 1961 Greenwich Village, a folk musician makes his way as oddball as he is touching.
Wild Rose
Tom Harper, 2019
A talented singer seeks success in Glasgow with country music, of all things.
Rupert Goold, 2019
The last London concert series and the last long affair of Judy Garland before she disappeared in the alcohol fog.
Damien Chazelle, 2014
A jazz school and a tough-as-nails teacher who nearly breaks a talented young drummer.
Valérie Lemercier, 2020
A powerful biopic about the childhood and early career of hit machine Céline Dion.

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cinefile - The Swiss streaming alternative

cinefile is the streaming service for lovers of international and Swiss arthouse and independent movies. Three years after its launch, the online platform already offers more than 700 films, including over 200 Swiss productions. The streaming selection ranges from upscale entertainment to rigorous art films. The platform is curated by proven film experts. "The basic idea of cinefile", says founder Andreas Furler, "is that we provide what we never found at Netflix & Co: Films that were still showing in art house cinemas, as well as reprises and classics. Even the distinction between arthouse and mainstream does not bother us, as long as we like a movie. We do not compromise on quality. We don't want to offer as many films as possible for streaming on cinefile, but as good as possible ones. Class instead of mass, that's our motto."

Streaming in single rental without subscription obligation

The film selection is still growing continuously, as it is constantly supplemented by the best new feature films as well as selected reprises, classics, documentaries and short films. Almost all films are available for single rental with the Basic registration without any subscription obligation. The movies are all available in HD with selectable subtitles, some of them also in German or French dubbed versions, and streaming is easy: If you have deposited a credit card, each new film is available at the click of a button. With the AirPlay function of Apple TV or a Chromecast plug, you can also stream the films easily on your big TV screen. Streaming on cinefile is only possible in Switzerland and Liechtenstein for licensing reasons.

Stream99: The best films with an attractive streaming subscription

One of the unique features of cinefile is the Stream99 subscription. It bundles 99 of the best and most popular films into a collection that can be watched in a monthly or annual subscription for 9.90 or 99 francs respectively. Every week 1-2 new films are added to the Stream99 library, while the oldest films are dropped, so that the selection is constantly renewed. However, since the newest movies are not available for streaming flatrate offers, Stream99 subscribers of course also have the possibility to stream movies in single rental and thus access the complete online collection of cinefile. Conversely, as a small thank you to our Stream99 subscribers, individual films are available exclusively in Stream99. At the moment, these include two classics by Abbas Kiarostami and a cycle of documentaries by Agnès Varda. Some other Stream99 highlights: "The Rider" by Oscar winner Chloé Zhao ("Nomadland"), "Memories of Murder" and "Mother" by Oscar winner Bong Joon-ho ("Parasite") as well as "Molly's Game" by Aaron Sorkin. You can find the whole overview here.

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One of the special features of cinefile is the bonus material that accompanies all streaming films online and helps to classify them: short reviews and in-depth reviews, video essays, live interviews or portraits and background analyses in written and cinematic form. These trouvailles from the worldwide web of cinéphilie are compiled by our editorial team with the same effort and verve as the films themselves. 

A wide range of genres and selection criteria

On the streaming platform cinefile, we offer a wide selection of genres: Dramas, comedies, crime and thrillers, documentaries and children's films, westerns or science fiction.... To make your choice easier, we developed a filter system that allows you not only to select genres, but also to narrow it down according to other criteria such as the country of origin or the languages of a film: the sophisticated "film finder"! In your personal watchlist which is structured according to current cinema films and streaming films you can addionally mark as many films as you like.

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