Georg Aeberhard

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Georg Aeberhard was born on February 25th 1949 in Prague, Czechoslovakia. He attended the College of Telecommunication and following the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, emigrated to Switzerland. He has worked in lighting, production management, and script writing for CONDOR FILM Ltd. in Zürich. In the 1970s, he earned a BA in film from San Francisco State University, USA. He returned to Switzerland and has produced resp. co-produced, written and directed documentaries on art and social issues freelance. Georg speaks Czech, German, English, Italian, French, Spanish, and Russian. He is both a Swiss and Czech citizen and has two children.

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"What if...? and what if not!", 5 stars
By Martin R. Buehler on June 10, 2017
Rien Ne Va Plus - well not quite yet! Georg (or Jiri) writes an enthralling account of his life, through vignettes (short essays/stories) based on the common theme of coincidences. But: What if there are no coincidences? Or what if everything is a coincidence, the whole life, universe?... Read more of this blog post »
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“My life, which seems so simple and monotonous, is really a complicated affair of cafés where they like me and cafés where they don't, streets that are friendly, streets that aren't, rooms where I might be happy, rooms where I shall never be, looking-glasses I look nice in, looking-glasses I don't, dresses that will be lucky, dresses that won't, and so on.”
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