Short Films (Alphabetical Order)
Capizzi graduated in Critique and History of Cinema. He works in the cinema field as critic, organizer of cultural events and film festivals.He is the Founder and Director of Cinemambiente Environmental Film Festival in Torino, Italy. Gaetano is also the Founder & General Coordinator of the Green Film Network, an international consortium of environmentally themed film festivals with 37 members.
After studying Biology at the ETH in Zurich, Sedivy has been working at the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL for 3 years. She then changed to Swiss national TV SRF where she worked for 11 years producing nature documentaries for the Swiss program called “Netz Natur”. Currently she works at the Swiss program called “Mission B”, where she is mainly reporting on nature and environment.
Scientists-as-Filmmakers (Alphabetical Order)
Hall teaches environmental humanities courses in a science-based environmental studies program at the University of Zurich. Holding a Ph.D. in Environmental Studies from the University of Wisconsin, Hall is a historian of science and the environment, recently serving as Vice-President for the European Society for Environmental History. His research focuses on restoration, biological invasion, and disease ecology.
Weikl is Deputy Head of the Graduate Campus, a cross-faculty platform for the promotion of junior researchers, interdisciplinary exchange and public outreach at the University of Zurich. As a curator, film maker and science communicator Katharina is focused on promoting the dialogue between art and science.