Swiss Film Award

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Swiss Film Award
Awarded for Best in film
Country   Switzerland
Presented by Swiss Films
First awarded 1998

The Swiss Film Award (formerly Swiss Film Prize) (French: Prix du cinéma suisse, German: Schweizer Filmpreis, Italian: Premio del cinema svizzero, Romansh: Premi dal film svizzer) is the national film award of Switzerland, first given out in 1998.

  • 1998 to 2008 : the Prize was given in during the Solothurn Film Festival.
  • 2009 : the nomination night happened in Solothurn during January. Each film nominated received a cash-prize. During the beginning of March, a "glamour" ceremony, the first one of its kind, was organised in Lucerne. The prize awarded is a Cristal-like statue, called "The Quartz". 2009 was the last year where the Jury was composed of people from the Swiss state and the Federal Office of Culture.
  • 2010 : Nomination in Solothurn again, during the Solothurn Film Festival during January. Ceremony in Lucerne in March. The prizes have been awarded for the first time by the Swiss Film Academy, created in 2008. It was the first time that no state intervention occurred.


  • Best Actor
  • Best Actress
  • Best Animation Film
  • Best Documentary Film
  • Best Fiction Film
  • Best Short Film
  • Best Performance in a Supporting Role
  • Best Screenplay
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Film Editing
  • Best Film Score
  • Special Jury Prize

External links

  • Official site
  • All-time winners

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