Vistula Sunken Treasures

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  • Description
  • Cast and crew
  • Duration: 52’
  • Resolution: HD
  • Year: 2014

It is a creative documentary about an adventurous journey in the past and facing the myth of sunken treasures. Using 2D animation and re-enactment, contemporary shots and interviews, we dive into the history behind the foundation stones. They have a lot to tell. The film provokes open discussion about the ownership of the art objects of the common past of Europe. Authors do not lay claims to anyone but concentrate on finding a solution for consolidated sharing of cultural goods beyond borders and historical conflicts as part of the cultural heritage of united Europe.


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