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Julia Breddermann

My increased awareness for the manifoldness of visual documentations has been formed during my studies of Social and Cultural Anthropology in particular the studies of Visual Anthropology at the Ethnographic Museum of the University of Zurich.

Through the film-analytical work and the discovery of different film styles as student of the Institute of Cinema Studies at the University of Zurich, my fascination for the film language grew continuously.

I would like to transmit the wonderful potential and the various facets of this medium. I’m looking forward to numerous, exciting encounters with persons, who I want to make curious for the acuteness of this form of communication and to pass on my enthusiasm.

Youth cinema expert Canton of Zurich & Member swiss commission for the protection of minors in cinema


Elementary schools in Rome (Italy) and Oberwil BL ( Switzerland )
High School in Oberwil BL
Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Cinema Studies & International Law at the University of Zurich

Practical around the moving images:

Video film "Der Zirkus Monti im Winter" (Theory and practice of ethnographic documentary with H.-U. Schlumpf)
Super 8 film "Der Treppenschreck" (Film course with U. Graf & M. Graf Daetwyler )
Archive film production from footage remains of the documentary "Shamans of the blind country" (Film archiving with Prof. M. Oppitz)
Cooperation in the collection "Moving Pictures" (Bewegte Bilder) at the Ethnographic Museum of the University of Zurich
Production assistant Metronom Films AG, Zurich
Production Assistant/Chief Executive Officer PPM Filmproduktions AG, Zurich
Media work with children, adolescents and adults