Murer, Fredi M.: Director Profile
One of the most renowned directors in his native Switzerland, Fredi M. Murer was born in Beckenried in 1940. His body of film work started in 1967 and includes shorts, feature length fiction films and documentaries. Hhenfeuer (Alpine Fire) won the Golden Leopard and the Ecumenical Jury Prize at the 1985 Locarno International Film Festival. Vollmond won the Grand Prix des Amriques at the 1998 Montreal World Film Festival. VITUS was Switzerlands official entry for the 2006 Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award.
2006 VITUS 123 min.
2004 DOWNTOWN SWITZERLAND (co-director)
1998 VOLLMOND, (Full Moon) 156 Min.
1987 SEHEN MIT ANDEREN AUGEN, 40 Mins,
1985 HHENFEUER (Alpine Fire), 103 Min.
1978 GRAUZONE (Zones), 99 Min.
1974 WIR BERGLER IN DEN BERGEN SIND EIGENTLICH NICHT
SCHULD, DASS WIR DA SIND. 108 Min.
1971 PASSAGEN, 50 Min.
1969 SAD-IS-FACTION, 75 Min.
1969 “2069″ (Episode of SWISS MADE), 45 Min.
1968 VISION OF A BLIND MAN, 60 Min.
1966 CHICOREE, 27 Min.
1966 BERNHARD LUGINBUEHL, 23 Min.
1965 PAZIFIK – ODER DIE ZUFRIEDENEN, 60 Min.
1962 MARCEL, 35 Min.
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