C O N T A M I N - THE SERIES befasst sich mit den Schreckensszenarien, die in naher Zukunft auf die Menschheit zukommen. Dabei soll unsere Serie nicht dazu dienen Zuschauer in Angst und Schrecken zu versetzen, vielmehr ist die Message Regierungen aller Nationen dazu zu zwingen, sinnvolle Massnahmen zum Schutz ihrer Bürger einzuleiten und alles dafür zu tun, sich nicht einer Handvoll machtbesessener Großverdiener und Pharmakonzerne auszuliefern, selbst dann nicht, wenn sich dadurch kurzfristig wirtschaftliche Vorteile ergeben könnten. Denn langfristig wird die Welt daran zugrunde gehen.



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THE SERIES HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR

Was Covid 19 deutlich aufzeigt: Mit Pandemien lässt sich viel, sehr viel Geld verdienen. Aber es zeigt auch, dass die Menschheit in der Zukunft einer ständigen Bedrohung durch heute noch unbekannte Pandemien ausgesetzt sein wird. Nicht auszudenken, wenn skrupellose Geschäftemacher wie Pharmaunternehmen, etc. künstlich hergestellte Viren freisetzen um ihre Impfstoffe verkaufen zu können; wenn diese Viren in die „falschen” Hände gelangen, z.B. in die Hände von Terroristen.

THE WORLD WILL CHANGE
BUT NOT FOR A BETTER

MAIN CAST

Alan Burgon

Alan Burgon is a film and stage actor, and has also created a name for himself in the world of audio drama for his role as The Interviewer in The Amelia Project, a podcast with over 2 Million downloads to date. As well as appearing in feature films such as Grimm’s Snow White Rachel Lee Goldenberg, Thank You For Bombing by Barbara Eder, and Heroes and Cowards by Harald Franklin, He will also air on German television in October in the role of David Murphy for the Tatort film Blind Date, playing opposite Heike Makatsch. Alan co-founded Vienna’s Open House Theatre Company in 2012, and was the Creative Director until 2018, when he handed it over to focus on other areas of his career. Alan is also a screenplay writer, writer of stage plays, and frequently collaborates on various scripts as a dialogue editor and translator from German into English.

Sergey Denga

Sergey Denga. Born in Odessa, Ukraine on June 28, 1971. He received his first higher education in Odessa, graduating from the Polytechnic University, specializing in organic chemistry. Then he graduated from the acting school of the Odessa Film Studio. He was also educated in Los Angeles, USA, Graduating from the New York Film Academy majoring in film actor. He is filming in Ukrainian and international projects. Sergey's filmography for today includes one hundred television series and feature films. He also works in a theater in his hometown. He speaks English, Russian and Ukrainian. "I love my job and I think that this is my vocation!"

Kate Vostrikova

Kate Vostrikova is an international actress, who was born in Latvia into a Russian family. She speaks and works in English, Russian and Ukrainian. Her career started in Ukraine right after her first year of training in the Kiev National Theatre and Cinema University. She appeared as a lead character in several TV series for the Ukrainian national television. She continued her training in the world-famous Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in the United Kingdom. Since then, she has been working on various independent films and TV series all over the world.

Philippe Reinhardt

In 2010 Philippe Reinhardt starred in the feature film Simplify your soul for the screenwriter and director Markus Boestfleisch. By 2012 he also started being cast in international productions, most notably Andrey Malyukov's historical World War II soccer-drama Match and Fedor Bondarchuk's 3D-production Stalingrad, which was Russia's official entry for the foreign-language Oscars in 2013.

He gained notoriety mainly through his starring role in "The Groom", the most successful Russian film 2016 in Russia with 3 million moviegoers and more than 20 million viewers of the free-TV premiere.

In 2018 he played in the Russian war drama film Sobibor that is based on the real story that happened in 1943 in the Sobibor death camp in German-occupied Poland. The film was selected as the Russian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards.


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