7000 stones, one border, 2013, 52', In Switzerland, land-locked country, the border is omnipresent.

A 30 Years Wait, 2008, 50', The long debate on the right to abortion in Switzerland. A political and social drama told with the archives of the Swiss Public Television.

The Factory, 2005, 48', It once employed 1,200 people, 85% of whom were immigrant women. The all powerful owner made sure that things were kept behind closed doors, and the pitiful work conditions earned him a bad reputation.

Pya Hug, 2005, 24', The universe of the artist Pya Hug through the eyes of the photographer Mario del Curto

Seasonal workers, 2003, 53', Since after World War II, Switzerland has largely depended on immigrant workers from southern Europe.

Chronicle of a good intention, 1999, 51', Ecology, a way out of unemployment? In Switzerland, at the peak of unemployment, 11 jobless people count on professional reorientation. They start a six-month training course...

Half the glory, 1995, 45', At the beginning of the 50s, Mount Everest was in the limelight: the conquest of the Earth's mythical third pole had become a top priority...

Leisure time, 1992, 52', Switzerland is renowned for its work ethic, which has become a national character trait...

Other films

To Live Together – 2003 – 18 x 2 min. A multiple look at the issue of integration (prod. by Vivre ensemble 03).

The Devil’s Money – 1996 – 15 min. A personal reminiscence of games of chance on the occasion of the 60 years of Loterie Romande (prod. by FG).

Monsieur Piclet – 1995 – 10 x 2 min. Humorous sketches about the figure created by artist Frédéric Pajak.

The Field of the Spirits – 1990 -10 min. Adaptation of an African tale by puppeteer Dominique Bianchi (prod. by TSR).

“Le grand charivari” – 1987 – 15 min. Short film adaptation of a short story by W.C. Fields. A buffoon explains the principles of the business to a few businessmen.

Primeurs – 1985 – 20 min. Collective production. Series of short modules of visual poetry.

Several institutional films in the fields of public health, education, training, and architecture.
Collaborated with Musée l’Elysée (photography), the Lausanne History Museum, the Cantonal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Lausanne Bureau for Immigrants.

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