7 years ago

“Move On”, the first truly interactive road movie…

Move On, an interesting innovative and according to the Germany’s Deutsche Telekom: “the first truly interactive road movie” (TRAILER). Well, let me put it this way, finally a company that puts sense into their brand promise namely “Life’s for sharing” (VIDEO). Released in October 2012, this completely free to watch cut up in 8 Episodes Road movie can be viewed on Youtube (Press Release). The Project itself shows similarities with Stink Digital’s Adam Berg Grand Prix winning online film Carousel (VIDEO), which again inspired Christopher Nolan for his film The Dark Knight. DDB London, Tribal DDB Amsterdam and RSA’s much-admired Philips Parallel Lines follow-up project (VIDEO). And Director Bobby Boermans’ direct online to view on internet, Ipad and Iphone Dutch thriller Claustrofobia (VIDEO). In Move on, Jagten star Mads Mikkelsen plays a flawed hero who ends up traveling through eight different countries throughout Europe. After stepping off a boat in Rotterdam, Netherlands he receives a mysterious silver suitcase. Delivering it from north to south is going to be his last job, but what sounds like a simple transportation ends up becoming a thrilling chase. Also starring is the one-to-follow Slovakian actress Gabriela Marcinkova (IMDB). Move On is directed by Danish Asger Leth, known from the outstanding Directed 2006 Ghosts of Cité Soleil and 2012 Man on a Ledge. And written by no one else than the talented Matt Greenhalgh known from Control and Nowhere Boy. The uniqueness of this project is that It involved the participation of film fans from 11 countries in areas such as casting, location and props. The Road movie was shot in 8 countries in an impressive 30 days. Produced by Jo Schmid Filmproduktion GmbH / Producer Michael Schmid in Co-production with Nobody CPH. ALL EPISODES HERE! Merry Christmas viewing…..Enjoy! Find out more about this project here