Fever of Euro 2016 on Stadium thanks to German TV station ProSieben!
Producers of German popular science program Galileo were looking for a modern stadium, they founded it in Gdańsk
Stadion Energa Gdańsk has changed for a couple of days for an uncommon movie set. German television company ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland GmbH is filming scenes for a popular science program Galileo. The main theme of the program is sport, especially football. It will be issued on 6th June just before UEFA European Championship 2016, which takes place in France.
- Stadion Energa Gdańsk, also because of its beautiful architecture, is an ideal scenery for commercials, TV series and TV programs. Space, which you can use on the stadium, is not only stands, pitch or its edge but also changing rooms, conference center, center of recreation and entertainment FUN ARENA or surroundings of the building – Karolina Janik says, the spokeswoman of Stadion Energa Gdańsk.
- What we do here is and interactive documentary, showing everything that happens behind the scenes of the German national team on the European Championship in France – says Bernhard Hübner, editor of Galileo - We wanted a modern stadium that is really a the state of the art, that looks amazing. Here in Gdańsk it is an amazing stadium that is left after last EU championship. What we do here? We are actman. We have actors playing the German team manager, the most important German footbal players. So the people can get a glimpse of what it really looks to be behind the scenes with the team and give them all the insight of views they do not get in the normal football coverage where the camera can’t go.
Galileo program reach one million audience. The program shows coulisses of production of some usual and unusual articles, it discovers mysteries of inventions, explains various phenomenons and curiosities from all around the world. Episodes are interactive – it is the audience who decides in real-time in which directions the action will go. The duration of one episode is around 45 minutes.