PRESS 1964 - 2022
Horst Stelzl becomes the first Austrian stuntman to enter the film industry. He made his debut in the movie "The Man from Istanbul" where he performed the risky scenes for Horst Buchholz. He went on to work in other films from the "Kommissar X" and "Winnetou" series.
Horst Stelzl moves behind the camera. Together with renowned actors such as Omar Sharif, Niki Lauda, and many others, he produces award-winning films. He is also responsible for the first Austrian music film "Wild Land" featuring Christian Kolonovitz & Waterloo and Robinson. Paramount Pictures commissions Horst Stelzl for his work.
The tourism and travel era begins.
The first travel video edition is created, and the TV show "Weltenbummler" later renamed "Besser Reisen" (Better Traveling) is launched. Stelzl's second son, Dino Stelzl, joins the family business. The Phillip Morris corporation commissions Stelzl to produce several USA tourism films for Marlboro Reisen (Marlboro Travel).
Along with his son Dino Stelzl, he manages to broadcast "Besser Reisen" (Better Traveling) as the most popular Austrian travel magazine with 500 episodes on the channels TW1, ORF2 - Europe, and ORFIII. In addition to many other productions outside of the travel industry, Dino Stelzl invents the successful music show "Die 48er Tandler Lounge" for the city of Vienna.