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Jacqueline Veuve to Receive Honorary Award

Jacqueline Veuve with CameraIn recognition of her many valuable contributions to documentary filmmaking in Switzerland, Jacqueline Veuve has been chosen as the recipient of the 2013 Swiss Film Honorary Award, a lifetime achievement award. She will be honored at a ceremony in Geneva on March 23rd. Read more Read More

UPDATE: It is with sadness DER learned Jacqueline Veuve passed away April 18, 2013. She was a treasured filmmaker whose body of work will preserve Switzerland’s cultural memory for decades to come. She will live on through her films.


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