Historical Documentary Series | 4 Episodes
CLIENT: COSMOTE TV, COSMOTE HISTORY HD
PRODUCER: GEORGE KASDAGLIS
CO-PRODUCER: COSMOTE TV, NATASA VERONI, ARTEMIS SKOULOUDI
DIRECTOR - EDITOR: DIMITRIS CHATZIMALIS
WRITER/RESEARCH: KOSTANTINOS SERAFEIMIDIS, PASXALIS PALAVOUZIS
PRESENTER: KOSTANTINOS SERAFEIMIDIS
ADDITIONAL RESEARCH: IOANNIS BAKIRTZIS
ART DIRECTOR: PETER KASDAGLIS
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY - COLORIST: LEFTERIS KASDAGLIS
CAMERA OPERATORS: DIMITRIS CHATZIMALIS, LEFTERIS KASDAGLIS,
GEORGE LEONTARIS, ILIAS BRELAS, PARIS KAMITSOS
AERIAL FILMING: LEFTERIS KASDAGLIS
MOTION GRAPHICS: THOMAS DOUKINITSAS (CREATIVITY FILMS)
Twentieth century. Two World Wars brought destruction and suffering to humanity.
At the same time, they led to the rapid development of technology, as land, air and sea war vehicles became the protagonists of military operation.
Today, several years after the end of the Great Wars, historic vehicles that have left an indelible mark on the Greek Armed Forces are preserved in private collections and war museums in the country. Residing there as silent protagonists of a devastating story…
Some daring owners go beyond time and engineering. With patience and care they give them life again – rendering them fully functional, even today. The history of each vehicle or aircraft is unique and must be recorded and rescued.
Guided with historical expertise
and new visualization techniques
We record history in order to tell a timeless story – even when these vehicles cease to function. Breathtaking cinematography and revolutionary photogrammetry blur the boundaries of historical documentaries.
Historical imagery comes to life
Never before seen archives come to life. Images gain breath and dimension. Tense archival footage compose the intro titles.
taking cues from visual elements of the era
We designed a cohesive brand that is contextually relevant and historically acurrate. The sharp, bold typography gets a contemporary breath thanks to the simplified forms of the logo. The black and red colors attract the attention of the viewer and communicate the gravitas of the war.