Riding you bicycle on your dream island

How do you ride your bicycle in Iceland? Isn’t the rain a nuisance when riding throughout Ireland? Isn’t it too hot for that in Crete?

For the German-French TV station ARTE, our client produced several documentaries of people riding their bicycles on some of Europe’s most beautiful islands like Ireland, Iceland, Crete, Corsica, and Sardinia. In homey irisch restaurants, with a beer-brewing Irish emigré in Sardinia, or on mountainous Crete – we ride with people for whom bicycling is part of their way of life.

Language (mediation) services like editing consulting in the studio or transcriptions of the original soundtrack were provided by Bochert Translations.

Child Labour in India

In support of the Sternsinger charity, Willi Weitzel traveled to India to document how children have to work hard and under conditions severely jeopardizing their health to support their poor families.

The English language version of the film was translated by Bochert Translations.

Auf der Flucht: Kinder spurlos verschwunden

For the French-German TV network ARTE, German production company Lavafilm produced a documentary on unaccompanied children and young adults who fled to Europe. Bochert Translations accompanied the production with transcription, synopsis, translation, and subtitling of the Arabic and Farsi language portions in the film.

Show date: 08 Nov, 2016 on ARTE

Willi Weitzel in Kenya

Willi Weitzel | Willi Weitzel Film ProduktionReporter Willi Weitzel travels the globe to learn more about the world and in particular to keep a young audience informed about it. In his Sternsinger project, he presents where donations are applied in Kenya and how young people and adults live there.
The English language version of his Sternsinger film was accomplished by Bochert Translations.

 

TV premiere GEHEIMAUFTRAG PONTIFEX on arte

The free TV premiere of the documentary GEHEIMAUFTRAG PONTIFEX is only a few days away.  Bochert Translations completed the translations for all non-German contents from Polish and Italian into German and from Polish into English for this production. The show will be broadcast for the first time on 29 September, 2015, at 9.50 pm – on ARTE.