On our way to SXSW, the biggest festival in the world combining liberal arts and tech, for some great storytelling about the German automotive industry. We are participating in quite some events and will be producing a lot of media, including a few podcasts and movies.
Our work starts in the air: we are flying Airbus A380 on special Lufthansa SXSW flight. On the upper deck Lufthansa Flying Lab hosts an inflight conference with speakers from VCs and industry including SAP, Dedrone, M-LOVE, Telekom, Daimler and more. We are doing interviews and Q&A’s.
In Austin our first stop is the House of Smart, where we will meet up with Dieter Zetsche, CEO of Daimler AG and a specialised crowd of automotive and tech journalists.
One day you lose your spouse, your soulmate. You’re devastated, but have to cope with the loss and pain. You have to escape from the routine and refocus on the future. But how? And when? “Miss me, but let me go” is about that moment.
It’s a beautiful song by Folk-rock band Scrum. It will be released in numerous countries on January 13th. In some regions it can already be found on Spotify.
We co-produced “Miss me, but let me go” and wrote the script and co-directed the shooting. And we helped of course with the technical tools and distribution of the production.
Please enjoy this teaser. Full music-video on January 13th.
Medica is the biggest convention in the world for e-health and the medical industry. This is where it happens: four days in Düsseldorf. Tothem followed the Netherlands in the medical world. We met a lot of enthusiastic entrepreneurs and were dazzled by a robothand that will help our elderly in the very near future and a small tool aimed at the detection of atrial fibrillation: MyDiagnostick.
Tothem made the movie for Holland Health and inspired companies to visit Medica 2016. All powered by Sussie.