Swiss Saltworks has made a short film especially for schools – Gipfelstürmer (“Going for the heights”). An exciting story which explains everything worth knowing about salt. The attractive and informative film is perfect for use in class and is an ideal complement to teaching material.
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For more detail on the topic of salt, you will find a range of teaching materials at www.kiknet-salinen.org.
Swiss Saltworks is also an ideal location for class excursions. Further information is available on tel. +41 61 825 51 51 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Going for the heights ("Gipfelstürmer")
Tina is doing research on site at Swiss Saltworks for a speech about salt. Expert Daniel Hauser enthusiastically initiates her into all the secrets. However, why are Tina's brother Leo and his pal Mark secretly following the two of them? And what is there about the salt mountain?
Going for the Heights embeds everything worth knowing about salt into an exciting story.
- Text and photos: Seed Audio-Visual Communication AG
- Shooting: 5 days’ shooting with actors in Schweizerhalle and Riburg and 3 days’ shooting without actors in Bex, Schweizerhalle and Riburg
- Script of feature film: Time to develop script approx. 5 months
- Post-production for feature film/corporate film: 3 months from start of editing to finished film
- Digital data volume of shooting (feature film/corporate film: With the cameras used, digital data of around 1.5 terabytes were used during shooting. This corresponds to approx. 384,000 music songs as mp3 files
The film work was carried out according to the strictest possible safety measures to protect all those concerned. The scenes are not suitable for imitation. All portrayals are fictitious. Any similarity to persons is coincidental and has no basis in reality whatsoever.
Presence on the site or in the buildings of Swiss Saltworks AG without authorisation is prohibited. Access to some of the interesting locations shown in the short film is only available in the company of an expert guide and solely in the context of a tour arranged by Swiss Saltworks.