Born in Lausanne in 1969, Jean-Stéphane Bron is a documentarian. His movies received several distinctions in Europe and in the US, like Connu de nos services (1997), about a scandal of files compiled by Swiss Federal Police. Le Génie helvétique (Mais Im Bundeshuus) (2003), one of the biggest success of Swiss film, or L’Expérience Blocher, portrait of the right-wing populist leader Christophe Blocher, which stirred up controversy. With Cleveland against Wall Street (2010), about the subprimes crisis, which is presented in Cannes and nominated for a Cesar, he gains international recognition and receives for the second time the Quartz of Best documentary at the Swiss Film Award. His last movie, The Paris Opera (2017), about Paris Opera’s backstage, is widely distributed around the world.