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Articles on the subject: Point of View
Watchmaking is about talent and passion. It is also about individuals. And while it is often accused of being a man's world, this year's "Hommage au Talent" award goes to a woman, Anita Porchet. The "Hommage à la Passion" award is presented to Karl-Friedrich Scheufele.
For almost 60 years, he has given us his unique world view in 24 frames per second, and some of the best movies ever. A college dropout who got his first paid writing gig at 15, Woody Allen has never let life hold him back.
Since taking on the caped crusader's spandex suit, this man of steel with muscles as resistant as any dive watch has fast-tracked his way to Hollywood fame. An interview with Henry Cavill, the British star who no longer has a minute to himself.
The Chief Executive of Breguet, Blancpain and Jaquet Droz believes Swiss watchmaking has been following a six-year cycle since the turn of the century. While figures may be pointing in the wrong direction, he prefers to take a positive view as markets still welcome innovative, finely crafted timepieces.