Marcel Langenegger is a Swiss-born commercial director that made his feature film debut in 2008 with the film Deception.
After attending art school, Langenegger worked as a graphic designer and art director in Switzerland. In 1997 he moved to the United States to attend the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. After earning his masters degree in film, he began working from Propaganda Pictures. Langenegger has earned a Cannes Gold Lion and three Clio Awards for his work in television commercials, including spots for Doctorâ€™s Without Borders, Toyota, Nissan, Compaq, Mercedes, Bluewin.com, Swisscom and Migros.
In 2008 Langenegger directed his first feature film, titled Deception. The movie starred Ewan McGregor as an accountant who gets introduced to a sex club by his lawyer friend (Hugh Jackman), only to become involved in a million dollar heist and the disappearance of a young woman (Michelle Williams.) In December of 2007 it was announced that Langenegger would direct the WWII drama Brothers in Arms (2009).