Embracing lifestyle design, this is the road trip of two travel mates Maik and Dunja, who find out along the way what life is meant to be, beside all the horrible news. After one year of figuring out how to work and travel at the same time, without separating private life and working life, and another year of modifying a VW bus T6 in a SpaceCamper, they started a van life through Europe with their camper called BETTY WHITE PEARL . The first countries that were explored to go beyond the routine: snowy Austria, cosy Switzerland, stylish Italy and sunny Greece…
The result was a deep love for these countries, a re-connection to the landscape in the home region and nature, true contacts with people and business orders, a better concentration, creativity and even a full documentary about working life that will be coming out in 2017.
Filmed on: Sony PMW 200, GoPro Hero 4 Black, Nikon D700 (time-lapse) and iPhone 6
Camera, montage & editing: Maik Burghardt
Storyline: Dunja Burghardt
Music: Black Goldie by Perfect Muse (via: art-list.io)
About the Filmmakers
Submitted by Maik and Dunja Burghardt
MD Burghardt GmbH has set the goal of making the invisible visible and thereby making an active contribution to shaping the world. A sustainable future for our planet and future generations are the focus of the services and original productions of this limited liability company. Each brand is an act of love and is managed with care.
treibholzfilm is our film production brand. It combines humans and technology to form a cinematic symphony of life. Film bus, aerial drone, and television and underwater cameras give our team the perfect material for post-processing using motion design, editing, as well as colour grading and dubbing. Mobile reporting, interviews and reports make fantasies visible. The team produces and shoots entire feature films and documentaries, as well as company portraits, image films and action videos. The objective is to portray life in all its aspects, to explore and spread knowledge across nations.
Filmmaker’s Website: treibholzfilm