Pascal Reinmann

Bachelor of Arts in Film 2016
Pascal Reinmann, born 1989 near Bern, Switzerland. After the obligatory school time, he completed an apprenticeship as a carpenter and in 2009 he finished the technical baccalaureate. Since 2012 he studies Film at the Zurich University of the Arts, specialization camera. Besides his studies, Pascal works as a freelancing cameraman and in 2013 he cofounded the Nordhang Film GmbH. In September 2016 he will start his MA in cinematography at the Zurich University of the Arts.
Director

2016 | Millimeterle | Fiction | 15 min | Director | ZHdK | CH

2013 | Stillstand | Documentary | 16 min | Director | ZHdK | CH

Cinematography

2016 | Sitzen&Warten | Fiction | 5 min | Cinematography
Regie: Chanelle Eidenbenz

2016 | Paradi | Fiction | Cinematography | ZHdK | CH
Regie: Matthias Sahli

2016 | AVA | Commercial | 1 min | Cinematography
Regie:Chanelle Eidenbenz

2015 | Loéfen - Muscular Love | Music Video | 4 min | Cinematography
Regie: Luisa Ricar

2015 | Alpthal | Fiction | 16 min | Cinematography | ZHdK | CH
Regie: Chanelle Eidenbenz

2015 | Lynn | Fiction | 8 min | Cinematography | ZHdK | CH
Regie: Sarah Rathgeb

2015 | Hausarrest | Fiction | 16 min | Cinematography | ZHdK | Ch
Regie: Matthias Sahli

2014 | Was bleibt | Fiction | 9 min | Cinematography | ZHdK | CH
Regie: Oliver Rogers

2014 | S3 - Space System | Commercial | 1 min | Cinematography
Regie: Thomas Eggel

2014 | Pflege | Fiction | 15 min | Cinematography
Regie: Thomas Eggel

Showcase Projects

In Takt

Cinematography | 2017 | 15 min

Bruno works in a factory.

Der Vikar

Cinematography | 2015 | 13 min

Exorcism in Switzerland in the 21st century?

Intervention in einer Bank

Cinematography | 2017 | BA Film | 13.5 min

A man tries to safe the employees of a Swiss bank by the use of interventions.

House arrest

Cinematography | 2015 | 14 min

Hausarrest tells the story of Max, who was sentenced to six months of house arrest.

Millimeterle

Director, Screenplay | 2016 | BA Film | 15 min

Swimming. Night. Adolescents. A dangerous balancing act between game and reality.