The Dream Project

“The dream project” employs the advantages of web, TV, and radio to give people a space to share their dreams with one another, and set out on a journey into the subconscious. We look into the mirror of the soul and want to understand why we dream, what dreams are, and what they try to tell us.

Central idea of ​​the format: To learn to understand the language of dreams.

News

  • 06/2015 - Full Success @ Sunny Side of the Doc 2015

    We’re delighted about two awards we received at the Sunny Side of the Doc 2015: The Cézame Music Award for [...]

    We're delighted about two awards we received at the Sunny Side of the Doc 2015: The Cézame Music Award for the transmedia „Dream Project“ and the award for the Best History Project for "Leningrad Symphony“.

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    All Winners @ Sunny Side of the Doc 2015


  • 06/2015 - „The Dream Project“ at Cross Video Days in Paris

    Crossmedia-Producer Tanja Schmoller will pitch „The Dream Project“ this Friday (June 12th) at 12:00pm. „The dream project“ employs the advantages [...]

    Crossmedia-Producer Tanja Schmoller will pitch „The Dream Project“ this Friday (June 12th) at 12:00pm. „The dream project“ employs the advantages of web, TV, and radio to give people a space to share their dreams with one another, and set out on a journey into the subconscious. „The Dream Project“ has been selected as one of 18 projects for the pitching session.

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The Dream Project

We spend about 26 years sleeping and dreaming – this is more than a third of our lifetime. Sometimes our dreams are very real, sometimes they are surreal, some dreams are beautiful, some scary, some occur only once, others keep coming back from time to time. But what do they mean? And what do they tell about us and the time and society we live in?

For a long time, dreams were considered to be divine messages and warnings. Only at the beginning of the 20th century people began to deal with their dreams as individual messages and perceived them as a mirror of the soul, as Sigmund Freud called it.

“The dream project” employs the advantages of web, TV, and radio to give people a space to share their dreams with one another, and set out on a journey into the subconscious. We look into the mirror of the soul and want to understand why we dream, what dreams are, and what they try to tell us.

Central idea of ​​the format: To learn to understand the language of dreams.