As one of Switzerland’s most innovative and internationally renowned filmmakers, Thomas Imbach moves with virtuoso mastery between documentary and fiction. He has acquired a reputation for courageous experimentation both formally and as a storyteller. His early successes include WELL DONE (1994) and GHETTO (1997). The feature films HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN (2001), LENZ (2006) and I WAS A SWISS BANKER (2007) as well as the autofiction DAY IS DONE (2011) premiered at the Berlinale. His english-language period drama MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS (2013) was selected for Toronto. His feature film MY BROTHER MY LOVE (2018) premiered at Locarno in Competition.