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    Hugo Koblet – Pedaleur de Charme

    A new film on Swiss champion cyclist and 1950 Giro winner, Hugo Koblet received its world premiere in August 2010. Directed by Daniel von Aarburg, it tells the story of the cyclist, who died only aged 39, after crashing his Alfa Romeo. He became one of the first post war cycling superstars, which brought a lavish lifestyle. However his health suffered through use of drugs and in retirement his business almost brought him to bankruptcy.


    Directed by: Daniel von Aarburg
    Written by: Daniel von Aarburg, David Keller, Martin Witz

    World Premiere: August 2010
    Original Version: Swiss-German/Italian/German/French (german/french subtitles), colour and b/w, 35mm, 97 min.

    Production: maximage GmbH, SF/SRG SSR idée suisse, Teleclub AG
    Producer: Cornelia Seitler, Brigitte Hofer
    Executive Producer: Cornelia Seitler

    Cinematography: Pierre Mennel
    Editing: Stefan Kälin
    Location Sound Mix: Hugo Poletti
    Sound Editing: Florian Eidenbenz
    Sound Design: Peter Bräker
    Rerecording Sound Mix: Florian Eidenbenz
    Music: Balz Bachmann
    Art Direction: Monica Rottmeyer
    Lighting: David Satz, Peter Rudolf, Silvia Fafa Fierz
    Costumes: Pascale Suter
    Casting: Irene Ledermann, Corinna Glaus