now on play suisse !

Our cinema documentary “LET THERE BE LIGHTS” by Hansmartin Siegrist is now available on the SRG streaming platform playsuisse.
The film will be shown there in its entirety and is available free of charge within Switzerland via playsuisse.

We are pleased to be able to introduce the life and work of Lavanchy-Clarke to a broader Swiss audience with this online broadcast.

Click here for free streaming of the film


Reinhard Manz's "DONAU/RAUSCHEN - TRANSIT & ECHO" on 16 April 2024 at Stadtkino Basel

DONAU/RAUSCHEN - TRANSIT & ECHO (2021/22) is the last film work by Reinhard Manz. It documents the sound action by Daniel Ott and Enrico Stolzenburg, performed in October 2021 along the streets of Donaueschingen at the source of the Danube. The film combines the sound action of 200 musicians from all Danube countries with impressive landscape shots of the Danube between the Black Forest and the Black Sea.

18.00 First performance
19.00 Aperitif
20.00 Second performance

Tickets and further information


«Emmer Kulturpreis»
to Judith Huber
from point de vue !

The municipality of Emmen is awarding this year's Culture Prize to performance artist Judith Huber.
She is being honoured for her commitment and her work as an organizer and networker.

The Scottish-born artist, who has lived in Emmenbrücke for 20 years and has worked as an administrator at point de vue for 11 years, manages to get strangers involved in something together with her work, writes the municipality of Emmen. Huber has also built up an impressive reputation as an organizer and networker in Switzerland and internationally.

With the prize, which is endowed with 3,000 francs, the municipality wants to honor Huber for her commitment and make performance art more visible.
"It is a very special honor to win the culture prize in my adopted home," Judith Huber is quoted as saying in the press release.

We are proud of our point de vue colleague and congratulate her warmly!


will premiere at the 59th Solothurn Film Festival 2024

Our member and cameraman Simon Denzler was involved in the ZHdK-produced graduation film by Tobias Luchsinger in collaboration with Fabienne Steiner as a cinematographer.

Now The Value of Things will celebrate its premiere at the 59th Solothurn Film Festival on January 19 at 12:15 pm.

How can we live more sustainably? Construction engineer Felix, fashion designer Sanaz and food activist Dominik address this question. They prefer to look for solutions rather than just discuss them. A film crew accompanies the three young people and looks for ways to produce their film as sustainably as possible. They produce their own electricity, eat ecologically and use sustainable means of transport. Together they overcome resistance and show that change is possible.

→ Official Trailer


on Swiss television.

On Sunday, January 7 at 12 noon, a 52-minute version of our film "LICHTSPIELER" will be broadcast on Swiss Television channel SRF1.
Afterwards, the film will also be available online at srf.ch for several days.
We are delighted to be able to present Lavanchy-Clarke's life and work to a wider Swiss audience through this broadcast.


YEREVAN FOR THE TIME BEING, Film screening and discussion, 07.09.2023, Akku Kunstplattform Emmenbrücke

The documentary film Yerevan for the Time Being by Lea Fröhlicher will be shown as part of the exhibition "Ohne Haut - ohne Haus" at Akku Kunstplattform Emmenbrücke: Thursday, 07 September 2023, 19:00.

Film screening followed by a discussion with construction workers and filmmaker Lea Fröhlicher. Chair of the discussion: Claudia Waldner. Followed by pretzel & beer. Further information: akku-emmen.ch


open until 8 October 2023.

The exhibition FRONTIÈRES at the Musée Historique Lausanne, for which we produced several video works under the direction of Jonas Schaffter, is open until 8 October 2023. The exhibition focuses on the Lausanne Treaty of 1923.

The Treaty of Lausanne was signed on 24 July 1923 and is the only one of the post-conflict agreements that still has an impact. The exhibition links the different periods together and leaves plenty of room to question memory.



The documentary Offside Istanbul (2015) by Jonas Schaffter is now available (and free) on the streaming platform play suisse.

«Every day, African footballers are washed ashore in the dazzling megacity of Istanbul. They arrive at the Bosporus, driven by their dream of a life as a star and attracted by false promises. The dream turns into tough reality. And the football career is far from sight. The filmmaker accompanied some of these football talents for over six months. A story not only of desolation, but also of strong personalities, their zest for life and unshakeable hope.»

→ Link to OFFSIDE ISTANBUL on play suisse