Jacqueline Veuve

Cinéaste et ethnologue (1930-2013)

Jour de Marché (Jacqueline Veuve)

Market Day

Jour de Marché

Switzerland 2002. 35mm/Beta/VHS, colour, 90 min.

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Every Tuesday and Saturday, in the middle of the small town of Vevey in the canton of Vaud, one of the most beautiful country markets of Switzerland is held.
Here, market gardeners, mushroom pickers, fishermen and flower vendors sell the produce of their effort and their passion on which the rules of world trade are very harsh.
Market Day pays them homage.

DirectorJacqueline Veuve
ScriptJacqueline Veuve, Lionel Baier
PhotographyHugues Ryffel
SoundLuc Yersin, Fred Kohler
EditingEdwige Ochsenbein
MusicChristine Chauve
Duration90 min.
Format35mm/Beta/VHS, colour, 25 ips
Versionsfrançais; ST: english, deutsch
Sales DVD/VideoDVD, VHS  [order
Festivals/PrizesLocarno (Filmmakers of the present), Leipzig, Berlin Europa Prize. Reality Festival Beaubourg, Paris. Francophone Festival Vienna and Bratislava. Festival Alps and Adria Cinema, Trieste. Environmental Film Festival, Washington. Festival International Bilbao. Festival Jardins et Paysage, Gaillac. Shown abroad by Pro Helvetia.
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LiteratureB.Galland, Une femme de cinéma, 2003, p. 57ss.

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Press review

Let's discover this passionate pair, the son, a painter, and the mother, a film maker, and the path that led Laurent Veuve to reach his forties and different activities in Switzerland, and led Jacqueline Veuve to this accomplished film Coopération, 4.10.00 (ns) Without giving away the plot, its more than skillful conclusion manages to question many givens, even some of the former elements of the story. An enlightening testimony. La Tribune de Genève, 6.10.00 (Pascal Gavillet)

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