Why seek far afield when the good is close by? To adapt Goethe, we are searching for a new look on our home. VIDICOM’s discovery stories look at the world from a bird’s eye view. Myths, traditions and innovations of a region appear in a new light and seemingly known areas look completely different from above. The Wadden Sea resembles the Caribbean, Alpine glaciers look a lot like Antarctica.

Our thanks go to the famous French photographer and film maker Yann Arthus-Bertrand, who opened our eyes to this perspective of the world.

German Southwest from above

Exploring one of the most diverse regions in Germany.

The U.S. East Coast

The United States’ East Coast stretches over 2,500 incredibly diverse kilometers – boasting natural treasures.

The Rhine from above

The Rhine River runs through the center of the European soul, it is the most powerful current on the continent.

The Alps from above

The Alps are the most prominent mountain range in Europe and also one of the most accessible.

Baltic Coasts

Close up, we experience the simple story of the North turn into a flow of strong characters and adventures.

The Coasts of Germany

Never before has the German coast itself served as the dramatic frame for a 10 part documentary series.