Special screenings

Call Me Intern

By Nathalie Berger & Leo David Hyde

In 2015, Geneva is stunned by the case of David Hyde, an unpaid UN intern who slept in a tent on the shores of Lake Léman: a scandal with global reverberations. A cleverly-orchestrated publicity stunt to demonstrate the injustice suffered by Millennials, sometimes forced to work for years without any pay. From within international Geneva, the two filmmakers set up an implacable investigation into a worldwide system that puts young people in a precarious position, afflicted by what can only be called a perfectly legal form of modern slavery.

A film from the 2020 selection of the FIFDH to discover this year

  • Section Special screenings
  • Original language(s) English
  • Subtitle(s) English & French

SwitzerlandYouthEconomics


Director(s)
Nathalie Berger & Leo David Hyde

Producers

  • Laure Gabus

Distributor

  • Antonio Laforgia

Production

  • Collective Bièvre
Duration
67'
Year
2019
Production country
Switzerland & New Zealand
Status
Swiss Premiere
Watch the film online

Accessible on demand from 5 to 14 March 2021
(subject to availability)

Followed by a video encounter conversation with the filmmakers