Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger revealed new facts about the closing of the Orell Füssli English Bookshop at Bahnhofstrasse in Zürich. They have essentially announced Hunger Games for employees.
Some friends of ours working at the Orell Füssli Bookshop have made a short movie and are competing at ZFF’s short movie contest. I’m sure they’d be happy about a vote or two. So please vote for them by clicking the link below.
Sad news, everyone. Orell Füssli is shutting down the English Bookshop at Bahnhofstrasse in Zürich.
Happy Birthday, Switzerland! It’s been 724 years to the day when Willhelm Tell, after shooting the apple off his son’s head, killed Gessler and founded the Swiss Confederation. In David Boller’s comic Tell – Die Legende Lebt, Tell rises again to mete out justice!
To many people, their fandom is something very close to their heart. They stay with their favourite intellectual property for years and somehow grew up with it. But what is it like to get into a fandom that has been around for ages. Let’s find out!
It’s only a few weeks until Fantasy Basel hits. Time to have a look at what’s going on and why we all should meet there.
As the year comes to a close, it’s time to take a look at what we, as the Uncanny Book-Club, have achieved during the year. Not just us on a website, but all of us. Together. Because without you guys, this would all be for naught.
Audiences at the premiere of A Walk Among the Tombstones were able to listen to star Liam Neeson himself talk about the movie for a few minutes. We caught that on tape.
In the afternoon, Liam Neeson spoke to members of the press about his latest movie, A Walk Among the Tombstones, as well as his youth and what keeps him interested in anti-heroes. And you can listen to the actor give his own answers right after the jump.
Arguably the biggest star at the ZFF Zurich Film Festival this year was Liam Neeson. He was in Zürich to talk about his newest movie, A Walk Among the Tombstones, in which he plays a detective. Here are the images of the man, whose voice is always just a wee…
Fatih Akin is one of the more extraordinary German directors. Over the past ten years, he’s been working on a trilogy titled Love, Death and the Devil. This trilogy finds its conclusion with The Cut, a movie that premiered at the ZFF Zurich Film Festival.
German writer and director Fatih Akin has recently completed his ambitious trilogy of thematically connected movies. The final part of the three, titled The Cut, premiered in Zürich at the ZFF Zurich Film Festival. The impressions from the Green Carpet are after the Jump.