Roman Engineering

Genre:
Art/Culture, History
Running time:
4 x 60'
Year:
2016
Broadcasted by:
TVE
Broadcasted also in:
Spain
Option in:
Spain
Aspect ratio:
16:9, HD
Languages:
English, Spanish
Produced by:
TVE, Structuralia Audiovisual, Digivisión, Gradhermetic
Distributed by:
Onza Distribution

Aqueducts and Cities

Concept

A high budget documentary on Roman aqueducts and cities garnished with incredible 3D animations.

Synopsis

The documentary brings back to life the historic moment in which a Roman aqueduct is to be built. An engineer must find a location to build a city and to equip it with a specific infrastructure that will grant a solid water supply.

Thanks to incredible computer simulations and graphics, and astonishing aerial and land shots of the territory, the viewer will travel through the Iberian Peninsula and learn how the process of building such structures was, as well as getting to know about the engineering behind some of the most spectacular constructions in history.

Multimedia
Second Screen
Apps
Social Media
Interactivity
Brand Integration
Merchandising

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Full Contents

  • Roman aqueducts- Part 1
  • CITIES - PART 1