Simon Steuri

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Simon Steuri (born March 22, 1977 in Bern ) is a Swiss director , author and radio host .


Simon Steuri grew up in Langnau in the Emmental . After graduating from high school in 1997, he studied art history and media. In 2008 he completed his film studies (Master of Arts) at the École cantonale d'art de Lausanne .

From 2002 to 2004, Simon Steuri presented the official Swiss hit parade on the Swiss state broadcaster DRS 3 . From 2004 he presented the music program "Sounds!" , also on DRS 3.

Simon Steuri received international attention for his graduation short film “Vandalen”. The film won prizes in the USA and Switzerland, ran at short film festivals in 15 countries until 2010 and appeared in Switzerland, Germany and England on various collective DVDs in Germany ( “Little Vandals” ) and in England ( “Boys on Film 4 » ) and in Switzerland.

He produced video clips for Swiss musicians and bands as well as international acts, for example Gazelle or Bonaparte .


Music videos
  • Steff la Cheff: "Annabelle" (2010, Bakara)
  • Gazelle: "Just Now" (2010, Gazelle)
  • LDDC: "Tunicolo" (2010, FarMore)
  • Marc Sway: «Losing» (2010, Sony)
  • Lea Lu: "Hawaii" (2009, Sony)
  • Big Zis: «Prrrdy» (2009, Nation)
  • LDDC: «Arte Mezclado» (2009, FarMore)
  • Liricas Analas: «Back Cun Slang» (2009, music distribution)
  • Bligg: "Free as a bird" (2007)
  • Lovebugs: "The Key" (2006)
Short films
  • "Making of Tuesday Songs" (2010)
  • «Vandals» (2008)
  • "Sad boys dance when nobody is looking" (2007)
  • "A Normal Dog and Shit Like That" (2006)


  • Bern Film Award - Young Talent Award 2009
  • Be Film The Underground Film Festival, New York, Third Place (in the Narrative Category) 2009

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Simon Steuri in , accessed on February 13, 2011