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series | 19×50′ dmax discovery | 2019-21

Undercut. L’oro di legno

season 1

Original title: Undercut. L’oro di legno
English title: Undercut. Wooden treasure
Year: 2019 stagione 1
Lenght: 4×50’
Genre: factual entertainment
Country: ITA
Resolution: HD
Partners: DMAX Discovery Italia
Distribution: Beyondrights

While northern Italy’s storm Vaia proved a catastrophe for many, for some, it provided a big new business opportunity: clearing the forest of millions of cubic metres of fallen trees and transforming them into hard cash.

season 2

Original title: Undercut. L’oro di legno
English title: Undercut. Wooden treasure
Year: 2020 stagione 2
Lenght: 5×50’
Genre: factual entertainment
Country: ITA
Resolution: HD
Partners: DMAX Discovery Italia
Distribution: Beyondrights

After a year, there are still thousands of hectares of land to be cleaned up. The lumberjacks move ahead forward gritting their teeth and doubling their efforts.
New worksites, new challenges, new machinery, new profits and old tensions. All this is Undercut.

season 3

Original title: Undercut. L’oro di legno
English title: Undercut. Wooden treasure
Year: 2030 stagione 3
Lenght: 5×50’
Genre: factual entertainment
Country: ITA
Resolution: HD
Partners: DMAX Discovery Italia
Distribution: Beyondrights

The lumberjacks have done a tremendous job saving the fallen timber. But there’s still much to do. And the challenge for forestry businesses has become increasingly difficult.
They must work twice as hard to earn half as much. But the mountain people are tough and don’t give up. The lumberjacks roll up their sleeves and get to work.

season 4

Original title: Undercut. L’oro di legno
English title: Undercut. Wooden treasure
Year: 2021 stagione 4
Lenght: 5×50’
Genre: factual entertainment
Country: ITA
Resolution: HD
Partners: DMAX Discovery Italia
Distribution: Beyondrights

Since the Vaia storm hit the north-east of Italy, leaving behind millions of uprooted trees, the forestry companies have been giving it their all. Crushed by the economic situation, bad weather and the pressure of suppliers, will the forestry companies be able to find a way out?

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