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Murnau Felder 2000 

Sustainability, conscious use of resources and nature are topics that concern us in a number of virtual reality and classic film productions. In contrast to many films from other production companies, which tend to be more argumentative and politically focused, we attach great importance to the creative design side in addition to the good comprehensibility of the connections.

People absorb and remember information more easily when it is visually and emotionally compelling. Cinematic experiences should be interesting and emotionally touching at the same time.


Steinlandschaft 2000


Already the first production of Allary Film, Tv & Media in 1984, the documentary "Polster-Willi" told about someone who made recycling his purpose in life. Our production about César Manrique, the Spanish artist who fought as early as the 1970s to ensure that strict limits were placed on the tourism industry on the island of Lanzarote and who skilfully staged nature to make its preciousness visible, made a mark. The film, together with the Art Car designed by César Manrique, has been shown in the most important museums worldwide, such as the Louvre, the Museum of Modern Art and the Prado.

But ecological topics were also packed in an entertaining way in our scenic cinema productions, for example in the short film "Keinerlei Besorgnis", which deals with the consequences of a super meltdown in a nuclear power plant, or in an episode of the "Midsommar Stories", in which it's about the son of a farmer who sold his land to a furniture company.


Schweiz Berge1 2000


A series of virtual reality experiences is currently being created at selected locations, which illustrate the possibilities of preserving nature and balance with this immersive medium.