Using archive material that are being made public for the first time, this film is the first to ever attempt to portray the life of Annemarie Schwarzenbach.
Seven years after the success of “Teenager Stories”, Troubadour Films is continuing its sociological epic with another movie.
A border. The frequently tragic fate of those who sought asylum in Switzerland.
Robert Guillet lived its fifty-fourth season on the alp. Victim of speculation, the alpine cheesemaker became a landless peasant.
“Through the eyes of a grandfather and his grand son, we set out to the discover Geneva, an international city where the harmony of religions and the blending of cultures form a fascinating mosaic.”
In the darkness, a candle burns alone…
LanguageArabicSubtitlesEnglish, FrenchFormatHDType & Running TimeDocumentary 27’Year of production2016Country of productionSwitzerland/Jordania
How to grieve the loss of a child that died too young? A brutal and unacceptable death is not something which happens just to other people!
In Haiti, his country, Mario Benjamin is the leader of the Contemporary Art.
A sunny smile on a Madonna-like face with a deliberate expression that immediately inspires confidence. Her name is Nariman, she is 30 years old, a Syrian from Homs and a refugee in Amman in Jordan.
Written and directed byBéatrice and Nasser BakhtiProduced byNasser Bakhti and la Fondation SurgirAssistant DirectorMelissa Chollet
Written & Directed byBéatrice et Nasser BakhtiImageKarim AminSoundBernard SeidlerEditingBéatrice et Nasser BakhtiSound editing and MixJérôme VittozColour correction and special effectsJulien Dumoulin – studio Troubadour FilmsDistributionTroubadour Films
They wear a veil but are not afraid to speak about their escape from Syria, the overfull refugee camps where anything may happen.
Algeria is dead because there are no men capable of enforcing law and respect for human beings…
Cambodia, August 21st 1997. While she was feeding the chickens, Vanna, an 8 years little girl, walks on a landmine near her village.
Drawn from the books of a travelling reporter, texts both fiery and poignant; the voices of women from Egypt, Somalia, Iran, Yemen, bruised by war or by cruel practices.