The North Sea from Above

We wander from Emden in East Friesland past Hamburg all the way up to Sylt in this exotic "Heimatfilm". It shows us how unique and worthy of protection the North Sea and Wadden Sea are. "The North Sea from Above" is the first German motion picture solely using aerial perspective.

 

Director: Christian Wüstenberg

Silke Schranz and Christian Wüstenberg, both filmmakers, live in Frankfurt. In their documentaries, the two usually do everything themselves, from directing, camerawork, cutting, sounds and music to text narrating and final adaptation of the film. Their first two works were travel documentaries produced for cinema: "New Zealand on Your Own" in 2008 and "Portugal's Algarve Coast on Your Own" in 2010. "The North Sea from Above", their current project, was released in June 2011.

Director: Silke Schranz

Silke Schranz and Christian Wüstenberg, both filmmakers, live in Frankfurt. In their documentaries, the two usually do everything themselves, from directing, camerawork, cutting, sounds and music to text narrating and final adaptation of the film. Their first two works were travel documentaries produced for cinema: "New Zealand on Your Own" in 2008 and "Portugal's Algarve Coast on Your Own" in 2010. "The North Sea from Above", their current project, was released in June 2011.

2011
89 Min.
Deutsch
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Director: Christian Wüstenberg, Silke Schranz
Author: Silke Schranz, Christian Wüstenberg
Camera: Klaus Stuhl
Editing: Silke Schranz, Christian Wüstenberg
Music: Silke Schranz
Speaker: Christian Wüstenberg
Editor: comfilm.de in Koproduktion mit Vidicom
Website URL: www.die-nordsee-von-oben.de