Driven by creativity Corporate movie 2016 - a look behind the scenes

The Daimler corporate movie 2016 was shot in a Berlin warehouse. Daimler employees with very different talents and hobbies came together from all over the world. Right from the start the atmosphere was very friendly - a unique experience for all those involved.

 

Jana Conradt, Germany

For the 21-year-old trainee in product design at the Sindelfingen site dancing is the ultimate in freedom, creative and elegant - and thus the ideal counterpoint to her technically oriented job.

Carlos Guillermo Haza Camargo, Mexico

Carlos Guillermo Haza Camargo works at Daimler Financial Services in Mexico. He literally had music in his blood before he was even born, when his mother enabled him to listen to songs via headphones on her stomach. Together with the other protagonists he feels part of a big family.

Gertraud Anna Walter, Germany

The product manager at Mercedes-Benz Bank Germany has been painting and doing handicrafts since her childhood. She came to acrylic painting when she wanted to prettify a large white wall in her office. Creativity is also called for in her job, when supporting the dealers.

Andreas Bücheler, Germany

Andreas Bücheler works at the Ulm site in tribology research and has been interested in airbrush since he was 16 years old. He got on like a house on fire with all his all international colleagues right from the outset during filming: "They're great!"

Zoleka Metele, South Africa

Zoleka Metele works in the logistics department for commercial vehicles at Mercedes-Benz South Africa. She is convinced that everyone needs music as "food for the soul". For her the film shoot was a very special opportunity to meet colleagues from all over the world: "I'm very happy about it!".

Ahmad Hijazi, Germany

For two years the mechatronic vehicle engineer has been working at the special protection department, which armour plates the S-Class. Writing his song lyrics and recording his feelings fulfils him. The hard work involved in shooting the film makes him all the prouder of the result.

Ahmad Hijazi, Germany

For two years the mechatronic vehicle engineer has been working at the special protection department, which armour plates the S-Class. Writing his song lyrics and recording his feelings fulfils him. The hard work involved in shooting the film makes him all the prouder of the result.

 

James Bevan, USA

James Bevan works as an engineer at Daimler Trucks North America in Portland. He has been playing percussion for around 20 years. Being part of such a diverse and international company makes him proud.

Jorit Mohr, Germany

Jorit Mohr is training to become a tool mechanic in Sindelfingen. His nervousness at the film shoot disappeared very quickly thanks to the nice team. He was surprised how much work is involved in every film scene.

Volker Unckrich, Germany

Volker Unckrich works in Mannheim as a machinery and equipment design engineer and supervisor of foundry tools. He produces the templates for his objects with the aid of CAD programs - he bent the Benz patent motor car from a single piece of metal.

Behrang Ghassemi, Germany

As a rollout manager at Daimler Financial Services Germany, Behrang Ghassemi is responsible for the markets Germany, China and Turkey. At the age of four he fled from Iran to Germany, and he has been doing breakdance for 29 years.

Sayaka Ochiai, Japan

Sayaka Ochiai works in finance controlling at FUSO Trucks in Japan. She loves the sounds of the koto, an instrument which not many people can play any more. She feels at home and relaxed when playing.

P.S.: Did you know by the way...?

Our corporate movie was awarded a silver dolphin at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2017. The prize annually honors the world's best economic movies, online media and TV productions at one of the most prominent movie hotspots in the world.

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