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Film score for the documentary 'Die Bayer-Story'

Many companies appear on the market for just a short time; their history is over not long after they established themselves. And few of those companies able to maintain their presence on the market also succeed in becoming global players. The Bayer Corporation, currently celebrating its 150th anniversary, managed to do both.

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Film score and sound design for documentary '40 Wochen – Von der Keimzelle zum Kind'

Currently, on average, just about four children come into this world every single second. This corresponds to the incredible number of over 130 million births annually worldwide. As natural and inevitable as it is that our existence depends on Birth, the whole complex process required for the emergence of each human life as it goes through its various stages of development is just that much more amazing.

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Film score and sound design for documentary 'Was wird aus Kartoffeln?'

Moving on from the subject of wheat, the series “Was wo wie wächst” from German TV-station SWR now shines a light on potatoes for educational TV “Planet Schule”. Director Susanne Decker accompanies this important crop plant on its way from sapling through to harvesting and shows us the various possibilities of how to use and process potatoes in farming, as foodstuff and for industrial purposes.

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Film score and sound design for the documentaries 'Weizen'

Based on the movie “The wheat we eat“ the topic about one of the most important crop plants enters the next round. This time director Dirk Neumann explains for German TV station SWR everything you need to know about wheat and its processing on the basis of two documentaries. Part 1 (“Weizen – Von der Aussaat bis zur Ernte“) shines a light on production processes, whereas part 2 (“Weizen – von der Mühle zum Brot“) deals with the processing of wheat.

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Film score and sound design for documentary 'The wheat we eat'

Wheat has been cultivated by mankind for several thousand years and even today, it’s one of the most important staple foods there are. But where does all that wheat actually come from? How is it grown, harvested, processed and where and what is it used for? Director Dirk Neumann explores that question with his documentary “The wheat we eat“ for the German TV station SWR. His movie is a production for the educational television programme “Planet Schule”, which is a collaborative project of SWR and WDR. He vividly explains all the different processes wheat has to go through - from seed to mill and beyond.

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Music for Palmberg corporate film

„I fancy the office!“ is the claim of Palmberg, one of the biggest office furniture manufacturer in Europe, doing its very best to make it ring true – at least when it comes to the interior design of an office. To let everyone know about the passion and demands on manufacturing their products, the corporate film from director Marc Hartmann gives an insight into the production processes and product lines with aesthetic images.

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Film score for documentary 'Im Windrausch'

Cast off! The documentary “Im Windrausch” is all about sailing and the viewer resorts into a world of water and wind, encounters idyllic, impressive and rough nature, pulsating cities, small paradises and everything else that entails, when a sailing yacht travels a distance of 12.000 nautical miles.

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Music for Opel-commercial 'Couple'

What should an old couple get worked up, when they stroll around in consensually silentness, like they always did in the last years? It seems a long time, since real enthusiasm impels to play one’s hunch. Director Marc Hartmann illustrates in his commercial “Couple” for automotive manufacturer Opel, that things can be different and that it does not depend on the age, whether a spark overleaps.

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Filmscore, sound design und final mix for animated children’s film 'Anderswo'

Where goblins and sylvan elves live, where one’s afraid of “works” and where huge spiders reside, there is the world of “Anderswo”. In Carla Heinzels 3D animation movie we pursue an episode of a family living their life in Anderswo, ready for any adventure. Here we get to know two youngsters, sylvian elve Finn and goblin Schach. They are friends and play in the forest as the make a discovery, which brings them deep in trouble. 

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