Where are you, João Gilberto?

2018 | 107′ | Language: German, Portuguese, French, English
This is a documentary about Joao Gilberto father of the Bossa Nova, adapted from the book Hobalala by the German journalist and writer, Marc Fischer.

Martha Argerich, Evening Talks

2002 | 62′ | Language: English, French, German
This is the very first portrait of one of today’s most enigmatic musical personalities: the exquisite Martha Argerich.

Maria Bethânia, Music is Perfume

2005 | 82′ | 35 mm | Dolby digital | Language: Portuguese
The film invites us into Maria Bethania’s universe, the famous Brazilian singer, her intimate sphere of creative process and focuses on the history of Brazilian music.

L‘ombrello di Beatocello

2012 | 83′ | Language: French, English, Khmer, German, Swiss German
BEATOCELLO’s UMBRELLA, tells the 20 years story of paediatrician Beat Richner, author, and concert cellist; from Zurich to his 5 childern’s hospitals, Kantha Bopha in Cambodia.

Beat Richner’s Legacy

2023 | 47′ | Language: Swiss German, Khmer, German, French
Why a young Swiss doctor has left in his comfortable world in Switzerland to build in 25 year five modern childrens hospitals in Cambodia and what will happen after his death, 2018

Music Boxes

2017 | 8′ (Short) | None
An Industrial choreography

Rio Sonata

2010 | 84′ | 35 mm | Language: Portuguese
This film is dedicated to Nana Caymmi, one of Brazil‘s most sophisticated singers and her leading role in the Brazilian music world in the last 50 years.

15 Years of Kantha Bopha

2007 | 43′ | language: French
In 2007 in Cambodia the famous Swiss doctor Beat Richner 3 childrens hospitals in Siem Reap an

O Samba

2014 | 82′ | Language: Portuguese, French
Samba is word, language, text, lyrics or simply said a way of life. The composer and singer Martinho da Vila is our charismatic Cicero, guiding us through the world of Samba.

Money or Blood

2004 | 68′ | 35mm | Language: Khmer, French, German, English
The film „Money or Blood“ shows the clash of two health systems in Cambodia built on conflicting philosophies.

And the Beat Goes On

2000 | 65′ | 35 mm | Language: Khmer, French, German
…And The Beat Goes On is a film about the unstoppable tide of sick children, and about a man who, against all the odds, has had incredible success in stemming it.

Bach at the Pagoda

1996 | 61′ | Language: English, Swiss German, French
From a Pagoda near Phnom Penh, the Pediatrician and cellist Dr. Beat „Beatocello“ Richner addresses an appeal for helping him to finance his Children’s hospital.

Grace Bumbry, „What a lucky girl I am…“

1996 | 58′ | Langages: German, English
This is a portrait of Grace Bumbry, the first Black Opera singer that sang in 1961 Wagner at the Bayreuth Festival. She became overnight famous as BLACK VENUS.

Claude Debussy, Music can’t be learned…

2000 | 58′ | Language: French, English, German
This film reveal the enigmatic character of Claude Debussy through his writings and the recollections of his contemporaries after the book of Roger Nichols.

Kultur für Alle

1999 | 45′ | Langage: German, French, Italian
Imagine if every time you bought a product, one per cent of the sales price was automatically donated to cultural and social causes! A utopia? Not in Switzerland.

Petite histoire Symphonique

1989 | 11’40“ | Music only
A short symphonic story told by Anton Dvorack.

Tides

1997 | 7′ | 4:3 | music by Avro Pärt
A short film about the natural phenomenon of the tides in Brittany with a music by Avro Pärt.

Where are you, João Gilberto?

2018 | 107′ | Language: German, Portuguese, French, English
This is a documentary about Joao Gilberto father of the Bossa Nova, adapted from the book Hobalala by the German journalist and writer, Marc Fischer.

Martha Argerich, Evening Talks

2002 | 62′ | Language: English, French, German
This is the very first portrait of one of today’s most enigmatic musical personalities: the exquisite Martha Argerich.

Maria Bethânia, Music is Perfume

2005 | 82′ | 35 mm | Dolby digital | Language: Portuguese
The film invites us into Maria Bethania’s universe, the famous Brazilian singer, her intimate sphere of creative process and focuses on the history of Brazilian music.

L‘ombrello di Beatocello

2012 | 83′ | Language: French, English, Khmer, German, Swiss German
BEATOCELLO’s UMBRELLA, tells the 20 years story of paediatrician Beat Richner, author, and concert cellist; from Zurich to his 5 childern’s hospitals, Kantha Bopha in Cambodia.

Beat Richner’s Legacy

2023 | 47′ | Language: Swiss German, Khmer, German, French
Why a young Swiss doctor has left in his comfortable world in Switzerland to build in 25 year five modern childrens hospitals in Cambodia and what will happen after his death, 2018

Music Boxes

2017 | 8′ (Short) | None
An Industrial choreography

Rio Sonata

2010 | 84′ | 35 mm | Language: Portuguese
This film is dedicated to Nana Caymmi, one of Brazil‘s most sophisticated singers and her leading role in the Brazilian music world in the last 50 years.

15 Years of Kantha Bopha

2007 | 43′ | language: French
In 2007 in Cambodia the famous Swiss doctor Beat Richner 3 childrens hospitals in Siem Reap an

O Samba

2014 | 82′ | Language: Portuguese, French
Samba is word, language, text, lyrics or simply said a way of life. The composer and singer Martinho da Vila is our charismatic Cicero, guiding us through the world of Samba.

Money or Blood

2004 | 68′ | 35mm | Language: Khmer, French, German, English
The film „Money or Blood“ shows the clash of two health systems in Cambodia built on conflicting philosophies.

And the Beat Goes On

2000 | 65′ | 35 mm | Language: Khmer, French, German
…And The Beat Goes On is a film about the unstoppable tide of sick children, and about a man who, against all the odds, has had incredible success in stemming it.

Bach at the Pagoda

1996 | 61′ | Language: English, Swiss German, French
From a Pagoda near Phnom Penh, the Pediatrician and cellist Dr. Beat „Beatocello“ Richner addresses an appeal for helping him to finance his Children’s hospital.

Grace Bumbry, „What a lucky girl I am…“

1996 | 58′ | Langages: German, English
This is a portrait of Grace Bumbry, the first Black Opera singer that sang in 1961 Wagner at the Bayreuth Festival. She became overnight famous as BLACK VENUS.

Claude Debussy, Music can’t be learned…

2000 | 58′ | Language: French, English, German
This film reveal the enigmatic character of Claude Debussy through his writings and the recollections of his contemporaries after the book of Roger Nichols.

Kultur für Alle

1999 | 45′ | Langage: German, French, Italian
Imagine if every time you bought a product, one per cent of the sales price was automatically donated to cultural and social causes! A utopia? Not in Switzerland.

Petite histoire Symphonique

1989 | 11’40“ | Music only
A short symphonic story told by Anton Dvorack.

Tides

1997 | 7′ | 4:3 | music by Avro Pärt
A short film about the natural phenomenon of the tides in Brittany with a music by Avro Pärt.