by Dr. Jeanine Reutemann, an undisciplined researcher, filmmaker, lecturer, and tech-nerd. She uses film as an alternative, but equally valid language for the scientific endeavour, addressing subjects spanning from global challenges and sustainability to female identities in a variety of formats – including educational science videos, playful camera explorations and full-lengths documentaries.[...]
Dr. Jeanine Reutemann
Jeanine lives out her insatiable curiosity at the intersection of science and film, where she elucidates film as alternative, but equally valid language for the scientific endeavor.
With a background in film, education and media sciences, she’s currently occupied in the production of science educational videos for ETH Zurich. In parallel, Jeanine co-creates research videos, addressing global challenges and sustainability. Her latest projects was a full-length research documentary on “Inequality and Conflict” which led to a new exploration on the fluid identities of female ex-combatants. On the side, she also produces videos on transdisciplinary methods, SDGs and playful camera/movement explorations with dancers.