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The Art of Brewing Beer

The Art of Brewing Beer

Germany is considered the land of beer and brewing. Weihenstephan, a district of Freising, in Bavaria, enjoys a particularly advantageous location. There, a cutting edge brewery plant stands next to the world's oldest active brewery, and, right next to the Bavarian State Brewery of Weihenstephan stands the science center's newly-opened Research Brewery of The Institute for Brewing of Weihenstephan. (2006)More ...
Women’s Soccer in Germany

In Forward Gear – Women’s Soccer in Germany

Since winning the European Championship in 2005, the German national women’s soccer team has moved to top position in the FIFA World Rankings. Tina Theune-Meyer, who coached the team to victory in six European Championships and one Women’s World Cup, puts this success down to an improved infrastructure for women’s soccer in Germany. (2005)More ...
Training for Sporting Triumph

Training for Sporting Triumph

Talented youngsters who decide to take up competitive sport must also be prepared to take on a heavy burden of stress. This item shows the daily life of two young promising athletes who have spent the last 3 months in a Sports Academy in Cologne and are working hard for their future careers. (2004)More ...
Committed to Christ

Committed to Christ

The film portrays 21 year old Brother Robert, a novice in the Dominican Order and Sister Gisela Johanna who is 35 and a Dominican nun. (2004)More ...
Winter sports vrs. Environment

Winter sports vrs. Environment

Garmisch-Partenkirchen on the northern edge of the Alps is one of Germany’s favourite winter sport areas. Money is permanently poured in to keep pace with a very competitive tourist industry. The financial power that goes into maintaining and extending skiing areas increases the conflict between commercial interests and the continued existence of an Alpine way of life. (2003)More ...
Home Sweet Home

"Home Sweet Home"

More and more younger people are choosing to live at home with their parents. The reasons for this are numerous; shortage of money, sheer convenience, extended studies and a more liberal upbringing. Academically it has been described as the ‘Cosy nest phenomenon’. In our film we visit two families whose children still live at home. (2003)More ...