We are specialized for digital story telling on the web with videos and social media. Further we work in international collaboration with broadcasters and deliver video footage on demand.
Head of reflecta.tv is Gabriela D’Hondt. She usually works in small teams and hires specialists on demand. Her reports were published by the Swiss, German and French TV Stations: SRF, ZDF, swr, arte, swr and TV5 Monde.
We work in German, French and English. Please enjoy some stories of our portfolio:
International Media Campaign for CYBATHLON 2016
European Excellence Award for best Event Marketing
The Official CYBATHLON Trailer was shoot by Gabriela D’Hondt and Team at the Rehearsal 2015 and went around the world.
National and international TV-Station (arte, BBC, CNN, SRF) picked up those stories and first embedded our videos and then reported themselves on the first Cybathlon in 2016.
Cybathlon 2016 is organised by ETH Zurich and showcase in six disciplines.
6 Portraits about the Pilots and their motivation, captured at the Cybathlon Rehearsal 2015. Watch the Canadian Team:
All Cybathlon Videos are produced in collaboration with ETH Multimedia Services
Director: Gabriela D’Hondt, Robert Riener
Camera: Gabriela D’Hondt, Roland Lanz, SRF, Lukas Riener
Editing: Gabriela D’Hondt
Music: Matthias Kräutle
Social Media Video Stories
85% of the movies on the Facebook Website of ETH Zurich are watched in silent mode. So we had to find a new language for Social Media reports. Our young community was excited about the Swissloop report and it got more than 22’000 views on Facebook. Of course without any kind of advertising.
Naked protest on the Aletsch Glacier –
A message travels around the world.
Gabriela D’Hondt directed the most seen Greenpeace Trailer on Youtube. Furthermore she supported the international media team with her video footage that went around the world. The videos got distributed by EBU all over Europe, the United States and Japan. More than 80 medias from around the world reported about the naked protest against climate change.
The Youtube clip reached more than 1.8 Mio people in 2008.