A ragtag UN peacekeeping force operates a small camp guarding the no-man’s-land between Austria and the tiny agrarian microstate Soviet Unterzoegersdorf, the last existing bastion of the defunct Soviet Union.
Let’s have a look at the camp.
(Sketch by Andreas Rausch; hi-res version of sketch on our Sierra Zulu Flickr stream)
We finished the filming of Earthmoving (Sierra Zulu’s prequel) at UNOV and VIE.
Two days of intense, creative work with a truly marvellous team! Here’s to them!
Some images for your enjoyment — taken by our wonderful set photographer Magdalena Fischer. More pictures can be found on Sierra Zulu’s Flickr page.
Revolutions are the camera dollies of history.
December 13, 2011 marked the production team’s first visit to the United Nations building in Vienna. It will be the shooting location for Sierra Zulu’s prequel “Earthmoving.”
Director Johannes Grenzfurthner stated: “I did nothing more than many others; I did my duty as member of the team.”
(More images on our Flickr page.)