by Reto Albertalli

The former President of Cuba, commander in chief of the Cuban revolution, Fidel Castro died of … read more

Bois des frères
by Delphine Schacher

This story begins in the sixties, in Geneva’s suburb, when it was necessary to accommodate … read more

Early marriage in Lebanon
by Laura Aggio Caldon

Hawsh el Harim means «place of women» and it’s the name of a small village in the heart of the … read more

Brazil's Heart of Darkness
by Reto Albertalli

They are remote and hostile environments. Places where none of us, as forged by civilization and … read more

ISIS recruitment in Kosovo
by Laura Aggio Caldon

Kosovo is the youngest republic in Europe, proclaiming itself to be independent of Serbia in 2008. … read more

Bali – A Hollow Portrait
by Julien Gregorio

Indonesia, Bali and its region, a destination for more and more people. Bali subsists primarily … read more

Celestial mechanics
by Delphine Schacher

This is the story of Jacques and Marion Granges, a couple of farmers and growers. They farm their … read more

North Korea – Special Economic Area
by Adrien Golinelli

Rason special city, on the north-eastern extremity of the country, has the typical anatomy of a … read more

The Other Stars of Football
by François Schaer

Located in the heart of Nairobi, Mathare is the name of one of the largest slums in Africa. Its … read more

White Out
by François Schaer

I am interested in the presence of humans in mountain landscapes. The connecting thread of the … read more

Petite robe de fête
by Delphine Schacher

Here it’s about childhood, countryside, looks, expectations but also melancholy. A series of … read more

Ordos – The Stillborn City
by Adrien Golinelli

Amongst the countless new city projects that have proliferated in China, Ordos stands out. It is … read more

Bosnia – Building Democracy
by Reto Albertalli

In the 20 years since the end of the war Bosnia and Herzegovina has made political and economic … read more

Bhutan – Gross National Hapiness
by Adrien Golinelli

Bhutan doesn’t exist. It is a product of our fantasies, dashed hopes and frustrations; an … read more

Geneva Squats 2002–2012
by Julien Gregorio

A story about a hidden face of Geneva, city of the banks. Squats have shaped Geneva for 20 years. … read more

North Korea – Behind the Scenes
by Adrien Golinelli

North Korea in the 21st century, is a political ufo. The world's most closed country, voluntary … read more

by Sabrina Teggar

Sabrina Teggar, young Westerner born of a Swiss mother and an Algerian father, chose to lead a … read more

The girls of Kabul
by Reto Albertalli

Mechanism. When I first read the script that Reto Albertalli sent me after coming back from his … read more

Sleepless: encounters in Palestine
by Reto Albertalli

After a first trip on the surface of clichés, Reto Albertalli returns to the Palestinian Occupied … read more

Toreros Maya
by François Schaer

Originating in Spain, revered by some and abhorred by others, the bullfight has, for centuries, … read more

Benghazi Hotel
by Marwan Bassiouni

A few months after the 2011 Libyan civil war. Anti-kaddafi fighters and war victims from Benghazi … read more