Webinar Kolding Havn
Maciag x TribeMedia
Maciag x TribeMedia
Meet Andreas Møllevang, also know as Dresse, a young and talented parkour athlete with over 10 years of experience. His passion for parkour runs deep, and he lives and breathes the Parkour. Dresse has earned recognition as a representative of Parkour Freerunning World, showcasing his skills and dedication to the community.
Not only does Dresse excel in his own practice, but he also shares his knowledge and skills as a mentor. He trains and guides a team of young athletes, passing on his expertise and inspiring the next generation of parkour enthusiasts.
What sets Dresse apart is his infectious humor and down-to-earth personality. He brings a playful and silly vibe to the parkour community, making it more accessible and enjoyable for everyone. His style combines seamless flow with high-level and technical challenges, showcasing his unique approach to parkour as a lifestyle rather than just a sport.
After learning about Dresse’s injury, an idea struck me: why not create a compelling short documentary that captures his journey of recovery? Coincidentally, around the same time, I was involved in a videostudie project in Kolding, which presented the perfect opportunity to showcase this documentary at its opening event.
To explore the documentary format while considering our time constraints, we made the decision to shoot everything within a two-day timeframe. This approach allowed us to efficiently complete the project, ensuring its readiness for the grand opening of Flamingo Studio in Kolding. Additionally, we challenged ourselves further by confining our creative process to the confines of the Video studie, guaranteeing that the final product would seamlessly align with the opening event.
The end product turned out to be a powerful mini-documentary, running for less than 2 minutes. It intimately captures Dresse’s struggles with his injury and his unwavering determination to regain both his physical and mental strength.