Was bisher geschah – Charity-Motorrad Tour


A journey through North-Europe via Podcast




Florian Werner




Florian Werner & Golli Marboe

20,000 km – 20 cities – 90 locations

Florian Werner, hotelier of the legendary Hospiz in St. Christoph am Arlberg, is going on a charity motorcycle tour around Northern Europe this summer.

In doing so, he is collecting donations – for the social business Sindbad, which is committed to equal opportunities for young people. Alone on his Harley, Flo wants to get to know the continent better – but also himself.

Once a week, Florian talks to his friend, journalist Golli Marboe, about his travel impressions – and his life's journey.

He travels by motorcycle from St. Christoph am Arlberg via Switzerland, southern France, Spain, Andorra, back to France, on to England, Wales, around Ireland, around Scotland, across England, by ship to France, on to Belgium, Holland, Germany, Denmark to Norway, up to the North Cape, through Finland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Hungary to Sarajevo and from there via Slovenia back to Austria.

"What happened so far" – on the journey and in life: Addressed to his family, his wife Ursula and his son Thaddäus.

Go with Flo on tour through Northern Europe, also on and from now on in the podcast!

"What happened so far – Charity Motorcycle Tour" is a production of Inspiris Film. The team consists of Cari Koren, Golli Marboe and Iris Haschek.Everyone filters almost always and almost everywhere. There are filters of personal identity of taste of experience. Recently algorithmic filters or filter bubbles forced by social networks have come to dominate. Filmfilter counters this by extracting exciting innovative illuminating polarizing and in the best case inspiring films from the cinema and streaming offerings i.e. to let them pass through the filter of their critical perspective.

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