The VIENNA HEALTH PROMOTION - WiG promotes the dialogue between people with and without disabilities with the project "Jede*r für Jede*n - everyone for everyone - encounters between people with and without disabilities".
For this purpose, DREHSTROM Christian Hörlesberger Filmproduktion shot videos with 15 different organizations, institutions and self-help groups in Vienna between January and May 2023, which present the offer and services for people with disabilities and those affected by illnesses and as a suggestion for improving inclusion and accessibility serve in the city. Another film, which includes all 15 participants, spreads the message of the project and emphasizes the importance of inclusion and integration of people with disabilities in Vienna.
In the animated video, three Santa Clauses sing "Jingle Bells" and dance. The characters were made out of plasticine and the video was animated using Character Animator and After Effects.
The MDW - UNIVERSITY OF MUSIC AND PERFORMING ARTS VIENNA commissioned Christian Hörlesberger to produce several artist portrait videos of musicians from the university. In interviews they talk about themselves, their instruments and approaches to music. They also show their skills and play some works from their repertoire.
MARTIN CASTRO TUBIO -
The musician talks about his instrument and his approach to music and plays Alfred Desenclo's Finale from "Prélude, Cadence et Finale".
MITRA KOTTE - piano
The artist talks about her path so far and how she works on pieces of music. She plays the Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata in f-minor, op. 57, 1. Allegro assai and Isaac Albéniz El Albaicín from Iberia Suite.
CARLOS AGUILAR VARGAS - double
The double bass player from Chile talks about his experiences with the Vienna Philharmonic and plays Reinhold Glière's Intermezzo op.9 no.1
With the myCOPD-CHALLENGE awareness campaign, Eberhard Jordan is setting an example that an active life with the lung disease COPD is possible. In 2022, the challenge will go to Austria's tallest office building - the DC Tower in Vienna. The film production in Vienna accompanies Mr. Jordan again with the production of videos about the preparations and the ascent on World-COPD-Day in November.
In the first video, Eberhard Jordan drives up with his team in a Cadillac and reports on the challenges ahead. His team members, the accompanying therapist Martin Gütlbauer and the lung specialist Dr. Milos Petrovic have their say. The manager of the DC Tower explains why he supports this awareness campaign.
In the second video, Eberhard Jordan tells how he managed to lead an active life again after diagnosis and intensive care despite severe COPD and how he started to work out.
In the third video, Eberhard Jordan tells how he continued to push his training, developed the idea for the myCOPD challenge and finally climbed St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna in 2018.
In the fourth video, Eberhard Jordan and his therapist Martin Gütlbauer tell how they climbed the Danube Tower in 2019, how the Covid pandemic affected the myCOPD-Challenge and how they were finally able to climb the Millennium Tower in Vienna in 2021.
In the fifth video, the camera accompanies Eberhard Jordan as he climbs the DC Tower on World COPD Day. Supporters and sponsors share why they support the myCOPD-Challenge and what they think of Mr. Jordan's performance.
On behalf of WIENER
GESUNDHEITSFÖRDERUNG and STADT WIEN
MARKETING DREHSTROM produced three videos with the
winners of the Wiener Gesundheitspreis 2021 in August &
September 2021. The videos were shown at the award ceremony in
Vienna City Hall and then published on the social media
channels of Wiener
Eberhard Jordan launched the myCOPD-CHALLENGE awareness campaign in 2018 to draw attention to the fact that a happy life is possible with the lung disease COPD. In 2021, the film production will also accompany the awareness campaign with the production of videos.