The jury 2019
President of the Jury TalentScreen Awards Suisse romande 2019 : Carlos Leal
"Today's young talents are the geniuses of tomorrow's cinema. To look at the birth of their passion is to give them a ladder and the courage to embark on this crazy journey."
Jury Short Movie Award Suisse romande
Rookie and Advanced
Actor / singer - President of the jury Short Movie Award Suisse romande 2019
Former singer of the group Sens Unik, Carlos Leal is now an internationally known actor. He has received 4 awards for best actor, including the Swiss Film Prize for his leading role in Samir's Snow White (2005). He has worked with directors such as Pedro Almodovar, Roland Joffé and Emilio Estevez and performed in productions such as Casino Royal. This year, Carlos will be seen in Dee Rees' The Last Thing He Wanted, alongside Ben Affleck, Anne Hathaway and Willem Dafoe.
Director / Author / Producer
Elena Hazanov works in Russia as well as in Switzerland. She has directed, written and also produced numerous documentaries, fiction and television series, such as the successful RTS series L'heure du secret (2012 + 2014), the documentaries Locking back on an illusion: How they believed in the Khmer Rouge (2015) or Laci Bácsi (2012), the fictions Sam (2015), Les caprices de Marianne (2008) and La traductrice (2006). Her next film to be released in 2020 is inspired by the life of the freediving world champion Natalia Molchanova.
Producer / Journalist
The director of Point Prod SA and partner of the Point Prod Actua Group has produced numerous documentaries for cinema and television. He also produces TV shows for RTS and is an associate producer of fictions, such as the series Quartier des Banques (2017 + 2020) or Anomalia (2016). The former 19:30 pm presenter is also a teacer at the Centre de formation au Journalisme et aux Médias in Lausanne.
Jury Acting Award Suisse romande
Theater director / Artistic director / casting director - President of the jury Acting Award Suisse romande 2019
Anna Pieri Zuercher
Elena Tatti has a degree in philosophy and political economy. In 2004 she founded Box Productions, where she produces fiction, documentary and short films that have found their audience in Swiss and international festivals and markets. The last two feature films she produced are Antoine Russbach's Ceux qui travaillent, in 2018 and Delphine Lehericey's Le Milieu de l'horizon, in 2019.