In a year marred by physical distance, St. Moritz is making a statement with the outdoor projection of «Tales of a Tree». The film is about 30 minutes long and will be playing in a loop from dusk until around 10PM daily. It is thus not necessary to show up in front of the town hall at a specific time. The pedestrian area provides plenty of space for social distancing; lights and Christmas trees a warm and cheerful atmosphere. St. Moritz has taken care to create a welcoming space for locals and visitors alike to come together in these strange times.
The projection of «Tales of a Tree» is a collaboration between St. Mortiz's own Oliver Conrad, and the Parisian set designer Yves Kuperberg. Conrad is an award-winning filmmaker who worked in the USA as an illustrator und director of animated films. Since 2016 he has shifted his focus to the fine arts. With success: In 2017 he won a golden EDI AWARD from the Swiss Federal Department of Home Affairs for a similar Christmas-themed production in Zurich. Yves Kuperberg's creations range from animations to live-action sets, and have also received numerous awards and critical acclaim.Bevor Denms Somergen zur Arben gent‘ pack! er eIne seIdene Slrumpfnose und eIne Pensche In seIne Tascne.