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Save the date for the award winning drama ‘Paradise War – The story of Bruno Manser’ at the Europen Union Film Festival. Starring actor Sven Schelker, it won best actor at last year’s Swiss Film Awards. The film is based on the true story of Swiss environmental activist Bruno Manser (1954-2000).
Location: The Projector, Golden Mile Tower, #05-00, 6001 Beach Rd, Singapore 199589
On Friday 23 April 2021, the Embassy will remain closed for the public.
Together with EHL Campus Singapore and Robert Parker Wine Advocate, the embassy is organising a wine masterclass on Swiss Wine and Women in Wine on 21 April at the EHL Campus. Society often expects men to ‘know about wine’. In many instances, the wine list and the pre-pour is first given to men when couples are dining together in a restaurant.
Location: EHL Campus (Singapore), 3 Lady Hill Rd, Singapore 258672
In 1815, a volcano erupts in Indonesia, covering the atmosphere with cinder. Three years later, a glacier lake devastates the Alpine valley of Bagnes in Switzerland. Thanks to Venetz and Perraudin, an even greater disaster was prevented.
Location: Gardens by the Bay, Flower Feild Hall, 18 Marina Gardens Drive
Apart from the French language, food is another language that countries from the Francophonie have in common. Francophone-EAT! Is a gastronomy segment featuring renowned chefs from countries of the Francophonie sharing their curated recipes.
Location: online on Facebook @SwissEmbassySingapore and Twitter @SwissAmbSGP
A portrait of the enchanted feminism of the 1970s, the film retraces the encounter of actress Delphine Seyrig and director Carole Roussopoulos in 1974. Both militant feminists, they were the pioneers of video activism in France who documented the demonstrations of French feminists and used these new technologies to combat the poor representation of women in public media. With a camera in hand, Delphine and Carole will engage in radical fights with insolence, intransigence, and a lot of humour.
Location: Alliance Française de Singapour, The Theatre
Celebrate French-speaking cultures and communities at the Francophonie Festival 2021! This year, the Francophonie festival focuses on Gender Equality to raise awareness of the difficulties faced by women worldwide. Through the screening of Delphine and Carole, we invite you to explore the struggles women experienced in the film industry through the eyes of two French feminists in the 1970s.
In collaboration with Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), the Embassy is happy to announce two public webinars in our Cultural Webinar series: one on Thursday, 21st and the other on Thursday, 28th January 2021, 16:00-17:00 SGT via YouTube live broadcast.
Location: Online via YouTube live broadcast
A video reportage by RSInews celebrates the thriving synergies between Singapore and Switzerland on many levels including business, culture, education and, diplomatic relations!
Dear Swiss friends and friends of Switzerland, As many of you are here in Singapore this holiday season, we are delighted to bring to your attention festive specials from Swiss F&B establishments for you to enjoy at various locations or in the comfort of your home with your loved ones. We wish you jolly festivities and best of health to you and your family! Best wishes, The Embassy of Switzerland team.
Save the date for the award-winning drama 'Ceux qui travaillent', directed by Swiss filmmaker Antoine Russbach. Starring well-known Belgian actor Olivier Gourmet, it scored big on last year's Swiss Film Awards (Swiss version of the Oscars), winning prizes for best film, screen play, cinematography and supporting actor.
Location: Alliance Française, The Theatre, 1 Sarkies Rd, Singapore 258130
Switzerlanders is a feature-length film edited from over 1,400 hours of film material submitted from all regions of Switzerland directed by Swiss director Michael Steiner (Wolkenbruch). Inspired by Ridley Scott's 2010 documentary ‘Life in a Day’ it offers glimpses of unknown ordinary Swiss lives in summer 2019. Originally intended to be released in the Swiss cinemas, it is now available for pay-per view streaming in Switzerland. In collaboration with The Projector, the Swiss Embassy if happy to screen the film online for free on 1 August, from 8 – 9.30 pm. Visit theprojector.sg or tune in on Facebook to get the screening link.
Location: Online. Link to screening will be available on theprojector.sg or our Facebook