Private Project

One World Family - Original Song Musicvideo

Angelina and Rosalie perform on stage since they were 5 and 7 years old. They want to bring people of all ages and backgrounds closer together to bring about positive changes in the world.

  • Marco Gässler
  • Marcos Negrao
  • Marco Gässler
  • Marco Gässler
  • Marcos Negrao
  • Angelina Limberger
    Key Cast
  • Rosalie Limberger
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Genres:
    World, balance, peace, equality, hope, future
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 59 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 9, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    10,000 EUR
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    Germany, Lebanon
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Director Biography - Marco Gässler, Marcos Negrao

Marco Gässler looks back on a 20-year career in the creative industry. As a designer, photo & video artist as well as director, producer and songwriter, he worked for clients in North America, Norway and Germany. Today, with his change pop band project "11 WIE DU" and his record label and publishing company, he aims to bring the world into balance with music. His children and youth projects have received multiple awards from UNESCO, UNICEF, Rotary or CHILDREN FOR A BETTER WORLD. The videos he produced have reached more than 10 million viewers. His original songs have received national and international awards. Since 2015 he has collaborated with Brazilian director Marcos Negrão on his documentary film project "Child of Nature".
Marco Gässler was born in 1973 and lives together with his wife and two sons in Germany.

In 2003, Marcos Negrão founded Enigma Filmes. His goal was to create a cinematic language that brings the audience closer to social and environmental issues, the concern for the planet, its people and cultures.
Working as director, producer, and cinematographer, Marcos has developed projects in more than 15 countries. From the slums of Brazil, India, Kenya, and the Philippines to refugee camps in the Middle East and tribes in the Himalayas, Myanmar, and Amazon.
His recent films include the feature doc "The Broken Moon," recognized with 25 awards including Amsterdam and Rome film festivals, and the popular "Vultures Have Wings" with 5 awards including Artivist Film Festival in Hollywood.

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Director Statement

The most important thing we can do is to teach children not to repeat our mistakes and to empower their believe that they can achieve everything - even saving the world.