On the big screen, films unfold a very own magic. After the successful launch of “Germany’s North Sea Coast” (“Die Nordsee von oben”) with over 220,000 visitors to German cinemas, Vidicom produced further films „from above“ on German mythical landscapes. Further theatrical releases included the feature film Riverbanks and a rare insight into the monks republic of Athos.
The peninsula Athos in Greece is one of the last living secrets of Europe.
The feature film Riverbanks tells a love story in a refugee drama. Two souls are intertwined in their belief that love will prevail over death.
This movie gives an unique view on the German region „Baden Wuerttemberg“ throughout the seasons: A 90 minutes motion picture that takes the audience into a spectacular small world.
German Media Reports:
„Spektakuläre Blicke auf unsere Heimat“
„Fast möchte man die 95 Minuten in Dauerschleife sehen“
„Ergebnis: kolossales Kino“
The Rhine is at the heart of the European soul and the most important river of the Continent.
The journey crosses all Alpine regions: From the Italian South Tyrol over the white giant Mont Blanc to the idyllic Allgau to the Swiss Aletsch Glacier.
The film shows the beauty of the German Baltic Sea. Only from above mother nature reveals her artistic work force in its entirety.
VIDICOM’s first cinematic release shows Germany’s North Sea coast from above: stunning aerials of the Wadden Sea, small islands and the land protected from the mighty sea by dykes.