The Mossad – Imperfect Spies
The Master's Vision (VR series)
Experience the hidden emotions inside the greatest masterpieces of art
"The Master's Vision" is a thrilling VR series that makes masterpieces come alive in a unique and stunning way. Each episode focuses on one masterpiece and narrates an unknown story about the artwork, offering a new perspective on the masterpiece, its creation or the artist's intention. 1. The Monk by the Sea by Caspar David Friedrich, Alte Nationalgalerie (D) 2. Blue Water Lilies by Claude Monet, Musée d'Orsay (FR) 3. The Scream by Edvard Munch, Munch Museum Oslo (NOR)
The Power of Women
a documentary by Gebrueder Beetz Filmproduktion in co-production with Films of Record, JWT, BBC and WDR
Over the past few decades, life for women across the globe has changed beyond all recognition. From the highest echelons of society, to the lowest rungs of the global ladder, a quiet revolution has been taking place right before our eyes. Convincing female role models talk about their experiences: the head of IMF Christine Lagarde, the Chilean president Michelle Bachelet, FEMEN activist Inna Shevchenko or Haifaa Al Mansour, the first woman to direct a film in Saudi Arabia.
Culture Files (WT) (App Series)
A documentary App produced by gebrueder beetz filmproduktion
Wagner, Pasolini, Beethoven, or Zarah Leander – we tend to think that we know everything about life, death and the artistic work of these cultural icons. But what are the true stories behind their legends? We are going to take the user on a criminological journey into the abyss in the lives of our cultural heroes. “Culture File – The App” is devised as a Rich Media eBook. The App consists of diverse media formats like minigames, interactive animations, excerpts of the TV series, texts and music. Combined, they offer a new and exciting user experience.
Cash V. Culture
A film by Claudia Dejá
Fighting Against Gentrification From London, Berlin to Paris – and in many other European capitals, entire quarters are being demolished and rebuilt by property developers backed by international investors, often leaving traditional areas of these cities changed beyond recognition. „Gentrification“ is the term coined by sociologists to describe this process. Now, artists throughout Europe have teamed up to fight gentrification. Professor of Sociology, Hartmut Häussermann, and an expert on gentrification, gets to the heart of it: “First they evict all the tenants, then they invest millions and cream off gigantic profits – that’s the business model!"