Matthias Kappeler

Matthias Kappeler is a jack of all trades - from directing live action to creating post production visuals or teaching sonic interaction, he thrives from challenges in every field of complete filmmaking.
His potential in translating seemingly unspectacular things into lively, pulsing visuals and stories is exciting and motivating for everyone involved in his projects.

Lasse Linder

The young Swiss/Swedish film maker has a unique sense for people’s peculiarities and knows how to bring them to the screen in an honest and pure way. His work blurs the lines between documentary and fiction and often studies the lives of people who are trying to find their place in the world. His short film ALL CATS ARE GREY IN THE DARK has gotten worldwide attention including winning the European Film Award for Best Short Film.

Samuel Morris

Samuel Morris is a young director from Basel, Switzerland. His steady quest for combining witty storytelling with stylistically elaborated visuals makes him the ultimate fit to the HILLTON family.
Not shying away from any bigger idea led him to the making of the two season series “Nr. 47”, winning him the Zurich Television Award in 2018.


Animals is David Bertschinger Karg and Tobias Bonfanti. They split their time between London and Zurich and direct as a duo to merge individual quality and taste.
Two complementary approaches combined together to create a finessed style for every visual project. Tobias' excitement for big and vibrant pictures and David's flair for subtle, fun and authentic content is highly visible in their work.

Jannis Davi

At a remarkably young age, Jannis begins to accompany his clique of friends with a DV camera, filming carefree and developing a sense for real life film moments. Ever since, Jannis has settled into the world of filmmaking at a rapid pace, combining aspects that are extremely rare to find: youthful nonchalance and professional craft.
In other words, living and understanding contemporary youth culture in all its facets and crafting films from it with the elaborate handwriting of an adult.

Simon Gullström

Driven by finding new perspectives to compose the unexpected, Simon uses his sharp pencil and discerning eye to portray the ordinary in a thought-provoking and inventive way. His curiosity for all layers and textures of the cinematic craft manifests itself on paper as much as it does behind the camera. For Simon, it’s all about capturing a feeling that allows the story to grow before the eyes of the audience. Simon is born in Stockholm, brought up in Spain, and educated in New York.

Janic Halioua

Standing in front of the camera for several Swiss feature film productions, Janic has learned his way around film sets at a very young age. That background has made him a natural in communication with his subjects and getting their full potential on screen. He's a creative problem solver, feels at home across many genres and turns any brief into a valuable piece of motion picture.

Kris Lüdi

Kris Lüdi is committing to the belief that commercial film making can be truthful and considered. His approach is based on purpose-built, unique concepts and thought-out visuals, avoiding derivative products at all costs - in his personal projects as much as in commissioned work.

Eugen Merher

Eugen was born in Moldova, raised in Germany and graduated at Filmakademie Baden Württemberg. He has a soft spot for human stories rooted in reality. Being nominated for the Young Directors Award in Cannes twice in a row, speaks for his attention to detail and beautiful storytelling.

Calanda – Nino Schurter
Calvin Klein - Love
These Kids Are Our Future – Funsepa
Adidas – A to Z of Football
Atupri - Nicola Spirig
Marry Me
Bataleon - The Surfer
On - Cloudboom – Card On Phone
Hotelplan – Travel Stories
annabelle – Black
Simon by Simon - Showreel
Threema – Seriously secure messaging
Hotelplan – Jeune & Sauvage
Liricas Analas - Discosissis
Keyflow - A night with flow
Basement Saints - Faith
Audemars Piguet: Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie
TOMPAUL - Gloves
Adidas - Break Free
Robert Rushkin  – The Artist
GOAL - Live the Goal
Bausa x Bozza - Selfmade Babylon
Raiffeisen TWINT
In Time. A Reflection on the End of our Youth.
Kindle - The Funeral
Desert Dogs - Official Trailer
Len Sander – Another Man
On - Cyclon
STF – Das sind wir
The Bubble
Desillusion Magazine – A morphine daydream
On - Cloudswift
Under Armour - The Only Way Is Through / Emilia Schüle
SVEA Ekonomie - We make it possible
AXA - Know you can
Who’s Panda – Quiet Man
Nurit - Fuck them
SJR - Creating Excellence
Rivella - Home
ZEAL & ARDOR - Gravedigger's Chant
NR. 47
Coke Zero – Say What?
Blackball – Iouri Podladtchikov
Manierismo Critico - Trix & Robert Haussmann
Daimler Trucks - Crashtest Dummies
Len Sander - Woman On The Run
Adidas – New Babylon
Hermanos Guitiérrez - Hoy como ayer
Mammut - Climbax
On - Shortcut to runners high
Nothing is Still
Migros – Freude am Geschmack
HLLTN Reel – Mehr mit
Dark Red
COBEE - Tabula Rasa
Laskaar – Echo
Project Detour
Märklin – Connecting Generations
Rivella - Daheim
Reebok – JJ Watt –  Hunt Greatness Part 1
Swisscom / Clash - Trap vs. Oper
Magnum - Limitless
Adidas - Challenge
Sprüngli – Voyage
Julian Zigerli – Point fingers and call names
Style Magazin
Schulthess – Viel einfacher
Ride Bindings - SVDM
Sunrise x Apple Music - Move
Arosa Lenzerheide
Pronto - Road to Volta (Promo)
On - Mountain Hut Series
Through Clouds and Water
On  - Speedboard
Lea Lu – Game Over
Sprite - Stay Fresh
On - The Roger Pro
Coturn - Spin
Hainan - More Life
Mammut - Insights
On - Cloudultra
Louis Vuitton - FW21
Grace – Patrick Seabase