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Romed Wyder

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Residence  Geneva, Switzerland
Years active  1990–present

Name  Romed Wyder
Role  Filmmaker


Born  1967Brig, Switzerland
Occupation  Director, producer, screenwriter
Movies  Dawn, No Coffee, No TV, No Sex
Similar People  Joel Basman, Sarah Adler, Stefan Kollmuss, Jason Isaacs

Romed Wyder is a Swiss filmmaker born in 1967 in Brig and established in Geneva since 1989.

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Biography

In 1995, he graduated with a degree from the cinema department of the Geneva University of Art and Design (HEAD). He is an active member of the Cinéma Spoutnik and founded Laika Films with five other filmmakers in 1993. Romed developed a tape to film system and an online widget generator. He founded Paradigma Films SA in 2003. During 12 years he was a member of the Federal Film Commission. Between 2005 and 2008 he was the president of the Swiss Filmmakers Association. He works as director, producer and screenwriter since 1990.

Filmography

  • Dawn directed by Romed Wyder; written by Billy MacKinnon; based on a novel by Elie Wiesel; produced by Samir and Romed Wyder (2014, fiction, 95 min, DCP)
  • Ménagerie intérieure directed by Nadège de Benoit-Luthy, written by Nadège de Benoit Luthy and Nicole Borgeat, produced by Romed Wyder (2007, fiction, 18 min, 35mm)
  • Absolut directed and produced by Romed Wyder, written by Romed Wyder, Yves Mugny and Maria Watzlawick (2004, fiction, 94 min, 35mm)
  • Pas de café, pas de télé, pas de sexe directed and produced by Romed Wyder, written by Romed Wyder and Maria Watzlawick (1999, fiction, 87 min, 35mm)
  • Écran d’argile directed, written and produced by Romed Wyder and Maria Watzlawick (1997, documentary, 53 min, 16mm)
  • Excursion directed, written and produced by Romed Wyder (1996, fiction, 21 min, 35mm)
  • Squatters directed, written and produced by Romed Wyder (1995, documentary, 70+55 min, 16mm)
  • November am Meer directed, written and produced by Romed Wyder (1992, fiction, 5 min, 16mm
  • References

    Romed Wyder Wikipedia


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