On March 23rd 2016 a project that I really liked will be broadcasted for the first time in free TV on ORF2. The movie is called "the children of Villa Emma". It is a true story and took us to very beautiful locations in Austria, Slovenia and Italy. Especially it was an honour to drive our vehicles in the region of Modena (Italy) the home of Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati and my favourite car manufacturer Pagani. Furthermore we have been welcomed also very nicely in a small hilly region of Slovenia and in the city center of Ljubljana.
We used several German cars like the Opel Blitz, Steyr 1500A, Mercedes-Benz L3000, Phänomen 1500A, VW Typ 82 "Kübelwagen" and our Russian ZIS 5 as well. As you can see in the pictures below our main site of the film in Italy was a very old, huge and stunning horse breeding ranch.
"Die Kinder der Villa Emma" was a group of Jewish children which tried to flee from the Nazis in 1941. Their existential adventure took them from Austria via Slovenia to the "Villa Emma" in Nonantola, Italy.
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