Mira Film produces outstanding films with a strong commitment to form and content for cinema and television.
Salomé Jashi, 2021, 91min
At festivals
Michele Cirigliano, 2020, 82min
Online
Andreas Hoessli, 2019, 108min
Online
Cláudia Varejão, 2020, 102min
At festivals
We represent films that pursue their own vision and want to invite a curious audience on a journey to discover new perspectives.
January 18, 2022
TAMING THE GARDEN at the 57th Solothurn Film Festival

The impressive documentary film TAMING THE GARDEN by Georgian director Salomé Jashi will be shown twice at the 57th Solothurn Film Festival. On Thursday, the 20th of January at 9.15 a.m. at Landhaus and on Sunday, the 23rd of January at 2.45 p.m. at Konzertsaal.

«From this limb-cracking progress emerges a profoundly moving meditation on power, the vulnerability of nature and the primordial impulse of men to bend the environment to their will.» - The Guardian

January 04, 2022
Cinema release of TAMING THE GARDEN in French-speaking Switzerland

TAMING THE GARDEN will be released on 5th of January 2022 in cinemas in French-speaking Switzerland under the French title LA BALADE DES GRANDS ARBRES.

An exclusive film premiere will take place on 5th of January at 8pm both online and live at the CityClub cinema in Pully and at the Cinéma Rex in Fribourg. All screenings are listed here. In addition, the film is showing in E-Cinema throughout Switzerland.

December 17, 2021
TAMING THE GARDEN currently in cinemas!

The expressive film TAMING THE GARDEN by Salomé Jashi can currently be enjoyed on the big screen. The film is showing in various cinemas in German-speaking Switzerland. Those who prefer to stay at home can also watch the film in e-cinema.

«A spectacular cinematic experience.» – Film Fest Report

December 09, 2021
THE WOMAN WITH THE 5 ELEPHANTS at kult.kino Basel

Vadim Jendreyko's timeless film THE WOMAN WITH THE 5 ELEPHANTS will be shown as a matinée screening at kult.kino Basel on 12th of December 2021 at 10.00 a.m. on the occasion of the double exhibition 200 Years of Dostoevsky & Russian Icons. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the director and translator Gabrielle de Groër, moderated by Nadine Reinert, director of the Philosophicum Basel.

«This was one of the most movingly beautiful films I have ever seen» – WIFV-DC.