Samantha Granger (Switzerland)

Samantha Granger was born in Geneve in 1968. She posses of two nationalities – Swiss and English. She graduated from l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Geneve, departement of film studies. She has made several short and middle-length films, both fiction or documentary. In 2009 she released her first feature-length documentary Fragments d'un carnet sonore which depicts her unique trip from Geneva to Japan within a 6 months deadline on a VW mini van. She published a novel titled Dédale organique.

Filmography

  • Les pas perdus
    5', Switzerland, 2001
  • Instance de froid
    5', Switzerland, 2002
  • Papier de bord
    2', Switzerland, 2002
  • Hermaphrodisme
    2'30, Switzerland, 2002
  • Orifices éphémères
    4', Switzerland, 2002
  • Sushis Story
    9', Switzerland, 2003
  • Branchage
    3', Switzerland, 2003
  • Mercure
    3', Switzerland, 2003
  • Amnésie locale
    16', Switzerland, 2003
  • Autoportrait à boule flottante
    2', Switzerland, 2003
  • Staccato en paysage
    1'35, Switzerland, 2004
  • D'un geste à l'autre
    15', Switzerland, 2004
  • Solitudes
    5'35, Switzerland, 2004
  • Abstraction
    3', Switzerland, 2004
  • Espace blanc
    20', Switzerland, 2004
  • Autoportraits I-II-III-IV
    12'50, Switzerland, 2005
  • Transhumance d'un parrapluie rouge
    9', Switzerland, 2005
  • Hokkaido
    36', Switzerland, 2005
  • Le temps d'un yoyo
    20', Switzerland, 2009
  • Carnets d'un fragment sonore
    85', Switzerland, 2009

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