From the kitchen to the parliament 2021 Edition

Stéphane Goël
(2021) 90'
A journey through a century of Swiss history, tracing the footsteps of those who fought to get out of their kitchens – and of those who tried everything to send them back in – until they obtained equality of rights, the reality of which sometimes still seems very fragile.


Stéphane Goël
(2018) 92'
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.

About heaven

Stéphane Goël
(2015) 85'
What is left of Heaven, which once promised eternal happiness?

From the Kitchen to the Parliament

Stéphane Goël
(2012) 66'
A short history of Swiss women in politics during the 20th century.

Labour Court

Stéphane Goël
(2010) 85' and 52'
An immersion into the heart of a judicial court that handles disputes between employers and employees.

The Twilight of the Celts

Stéphane Goël
(2008) 53'
The discovery of a huge sanctuary in Switzerland allows the archeologists to start an investigation about the religion of the Celts.

Qué viva Mauricio Demierre

Stéphane Goël
(2006) 70'
The Swiss cooperant Maurice Demierre was killed in Nicaragua in 1986, during the sandinista revolution.

In the Land of the Black Pharaohs

Stéphane Goël
(2005) 52'
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.

The Poison

Stéphane Goël
(2003) 54'
A mysterious crime committed in a small community in 1949 has plagued an entire country for decades.

Lost Countryside

Stéphane Goël
(1997) 54'
The chronicle of the construction of a community cow-shed in a small Swiss village.

This boy’s name was Apache

Stéphane Goël
(1995) 53'
In Arizona, an Indian community resists an attempt to build an astronomy observatory on their holy mountain.

West of the Pecos

Stéphane Goël
(1993) 72'
The chronicle of an attempt at establishing a Swiss colony in New Mexico at the end of the 19th century.

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