A Common Future

A Common Future was created by Tom Elliott and Simon Reichel to give a name to their vision of sublime cinematography, innovative narrative structure and bold content. Something to push their own boundaries and give home to their distinctive aesthetic.
Also, they wanted a good excuse for unsafe DIY chemical experiments, traveling around in campervans and treating really expensive equipment with reckless abandon.


Animals is David Bertschinger Karg and Tobias Bonfanti. They split their time between London and Zurich and direct as a duo to merge individual quality and taste.
Two complementary approaches combined together to create a finessed style for every visual project. Tobias' excitement for big and vibrant pictures and David's flair for subtle, fun and authentic content is highly visible in their work.

Kris Lüdi

Kris Lüdi is based in Zurich, Switzerland. His taste and aesthetic stems from his interest in unique compositions and refreshing ideas which can be seen in all of his work. His approach to film making is considered, contemporary and it's clearly obvious that he has spent the majority of his life behind the lens. Kris has an energy and enthusiasm towards all his projects and no matter the subject, he always works out a way to create something special.

Who’s Panda – Quiet Man
Through Clouds and Water
STUcard.ch – Mehr mit
The Bubble
Lea Lu – Game Over
Liricas Analas - Discosissis
Adidas – New Babylon
Schulthess – Viel einfacher
Blackball – Iouri Podladtchikov
Len Sander – Another Man
Project Detour
Sprüngli – Voyage
In Time. A Reflection on the End of our Youth.
Hotelplan – Travel Stories
Hotelplan – Jeune & Sauvage
Threema - Seriously secure messaging
Reebok – JJ Watt –  Hunt Greatness Part 1
Desillusion Magazine – A morphine daydream
Laskaar – Echo
Migros – Freude am Geschmack
These Kids Are Our Future – Funsepa
Grace – Patrick Seabase
Calanda – Nino Schurter
Audemars Piguet: Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie
STF – Das sind wir
annabelle – Black
Robert Rushkin  – The Artist
Julian Zigerli – Point fingers and call names