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Back in 2015, Rolle Openair Cinema was under a different format. Now, 5 years later, the organizers, RollEvents Association, in collaboration with the cultural department of Rolle and Raiffeisen, have decided to come back with the second annual free admission concept.

With new social distancing measures in place, a limited number of lawn chairs will be available for rent, and a maximum of 300 people in the viewing zone. Free tickets may be reserved through the website. It is recommended to come at least 45 minutes prior to the movie start time as the seats are not numbered.

The original version movies (VO) will be subtitled (9 in English). The French movies will not have English subtitles. Note: There is no film on 1 August as this is the Swiss National Holiday and other events will take place around the country. In case of bad weather, the show will be cancelled.

The English language movies in Original Version will be:

  • Saturday, 25 July: Rocketman
  • Monday, 27 July: Billy Elliot
  • Friday, 31 July: The Blues Brothers
  • Thursday, 6 August: Mamma Mia! 2
  • Saturday, 8 August: A Star is Born
  • Monday, 10 August: Slumdog Millionaire
  • Saturday, 15 August: Judy
  • Thursday, 10 August: Ocean's 8
  • Saturday, 22 August: Bohemian Rhapsody

Check out the full program to see other French films including Astérix aux Jeux Olympiques, Taxi 5, Les Vacances du Petit Nicolas, and more!

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What to expect

To make sure the party ambiance is complete, popcorn, ice cream, hot dogs, burger, fries, and drinks will be sold on the premises! Make sure to bring your own hand sanitizer, napkins, blankets, etc. so to be as independent as possible. It might be a good idea to bring bug repellent too just in case!

The movie zone can be entered from 19h with movies starting at 21h15.

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The Grown-Ups, directed by Maite Alerdi

Family, families, traditional or new, are on the program of the 48th edition of Visions du Réel, Festival International de Cinéma Nyon, from 21-29 April 2017. Among the documentary films selected, a theme stands out: the notion of family, in particular, “new families.” The result of a show of solidarity bringing strength and hope, these arise when we are faced with a challenge, a change in environment or place, or a crisis. A total of 179 films from 55 countries, including 105 world premieres and 25 international premieres, will take the audience on a journey. Swiss film will also be honored with no fewer than 36 films selected.

Luciano Barisone has traveled the world with his selection committee and is now just a month away from the seventh edition of the Festival. For his final outing as Artistic Director, he offers festival-goers a snapshot of the state of the world, a “face of the world.” What guided him in the selection? A rather unusual leitmotiv: “Love for humanity and for the world inspired every single step that you will be able to follow in this edition of Visions du Réel”, he says.

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Encordée, directed by Frédéric Favre

New families
When confronted by a challenge or difficulty, a united community, strengthened by a feeling of belonging, forms or consolidates naturally — enabling beings to survive, to support each other and to cope. This is family and, by extension, the “new family.”

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Exclusive screening of Green Room marks the official opening of the Horror Movie Club on 22 April 2016!

A new club, the first of its kind in Suisse Romand, has just been launched for horror movie fans in Geneva.

Called the Horror Movie Club, the association will provide monthly screenings of horror films at the newly-opened Cinérama Empire in Geneva.  Launched with the support of local media specialist, Daily Movies, the new club will feature all genres of horror movies including “épouvante-horreur, gore, Sci Fi, and fantastique”, in their original versions with French subtitles.  

Created by a team of passionate horror movie enthusiasts, the new club aims to shatter the traditional image of poor quality horror films and show the public just how powerful and entertaining high quality horror films can be. The Horror Movie Club promises quality programming, screening classic films that have never been seen before in the French-speaking part of Switzerland.

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There is a surprise in store at the Visions du Réel Avant-Première being held this Thursday evening! To kick off the 47th edition of Visions du Réel, Festival international de cinéma Nyon, the public is invited to a screening full of humour with the fantastic Jesus Town, USA (free entry). On the following day, the official opening of the Festival will be attended in particular by Guy Parmelin, Federal Councillor and Anne-Catherine Lyon, Member of the Cantonal Council of Vaud. The opening film, Presenting Princess Shaw, will highlight an encounter worthy of a fairy tale between a talented but unknown young woman from New Orleans and a web musician from the other side of the world.

For the full programme and tickets: www.visionsdureel.ch
 

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Imagine Waking Up Tomorrow And All Music Has Disappeared
VO English; ST French
19 April 7pm, Théâtre de Marens; 20 April 10am, Salle Communale

Freedom of expression and the emergence of exceptional women are the two main themes of the 46th edition of Visions du Reel, the world-renowned international film festival of Nyon being held this year between 17 and 25 April 2015.

Visions du Réel is one of the most important festivals in the world in the documentary field. Founded in 1969, the festival draws a large audience of documentary film enthusiasts and professionals : last spring there were 33 000 attendees in Nyon.

166 films from 54 countries have been selected for this year’s festival, 83 of which will be presented as world premières and 30 as international premières.  At the heart of Visions du Réel’s 2015 program are several portraits of exceptional women.  Women are also behind the camera, representing 40% of the 160 filmmakers selected.