by Valeria Stucki

1915, a peace conference camouflaged as a bird watchers’ convention, brought Lenin, Trotsky and other European socialists to Zimmerwald, a Bernese village isolated from the war. Here Lenin first introduced his idea for a world revolution, at a conference often referred to as the founding mythos of the Soviet Union.

2019, I set off in search of traces of this legendary story – one completely forgotten in Switzerland – to create a portrait of the village today, through the ages and memory.

Directed by Valeria Stucki
Written by Valeria Stucki
Production Lomotion AG
Producer Louis Mataré, David Fonjallaz
Cinematography tbd
Editing Antonio Trullén
Location Sound Mix tbd