Stéphanie Chuat et Véronique Reymond
“Ladies“ reveals the intimate lives of five women in their sixties who are waging a discreet daily battle against loneliness.
In 1877 a Swiss aristocrat became the king of the island of Robinson Crusoe in the Pacific Ocean. Nowadays his descendants dream to become an autonomous territory.
The dark story of American airmen imprisoned in Switzerland during World War II.
What is left of Heaven, which once promised eternal happiness?
The history of the Chilean refugees in Switzerland. From solidarity to civil disobedience.
In Switzerland, land-locked country, the border is omnipresent.
The destiny of five of the protagonists in the film "Special Flight" after being deported from Switzerland
A short history of Swiss women in politics during the 20th century.
(2010) 85' and 52'
An immersion into the heart of a judicial court that handles disputes between employers and employees.
The discovery of a huge sanctuary in Switzerland allows the archeologists to start an investigation about the religion of the Celts.
For the first time a camera enters inside a Center for asylum seekers in Switzerland.
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 railroad between Quito and Guayaquil, in Ecuador used to be the nation's backbone. Today the train is agonizing and many Ecuadorians have left the country.
A theatre company launches into a strange adventure: giving a performance in the middle of the Mongolian steppe, bringing two different cultures face to face.
The Swiss cooperant Maurice Demierre was killed in Nicaragua in 1986, during the sandinista revolution.
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.
The universe of the artist Pya Hug through the eyes of the photographer Mario del Curto
Charles Bonnet is one of Europe’s leading archeologists. Geneva-born Bonnet, originally a wine grower, has been combing through the sands of northern Sudan for 40 years.
(2005) 75' and 54'
Switzerland is the only country where associations quite legally provide suicide assistance to people at the end of their lives.
On the work of the choreographer Philippe Saire. Coproduction: TSR - Cie Philippe Saire.
A mysterious crime committed in a small community in 1949 has plagued an entire country for decades.
Since after World War II, Switzerland has largely depended on immigrant workers from southern Europe.
Pascal is 35 years old and has chosen to dress as a woman, in public! A demolition worker by day, he dreams of doing cabaret and rehearses his future drag show in the evenings under his wife's direction.
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...
The integration of recently immigrated children.
The chronicle of the construction of a community cow-shed in a small Swiss village.
In Arizona, an Indian community resists an attempt to build an astronomy observatory on their holy mountain.
Death as seen by teenagers.
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...
The chronicle of an attempt at establishing a Swiss colony in New Mexico at the end of the 19th century.
This film tells the story of the emigration of a Spanish family that came to Switzerland in the hope of building new lives for themselves.
Switzerland is renowned for its work ethic, which has become a national character trait...