Shorts: The Future of Wildlife

Pásmo: Budoucnost wildlife

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Katie Marion Biggar | South Africa | 2022 | 10’
Join the journey through the literary and ecological landscapes of South Africa, from the poignant words of Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country to the heartwarming image of a young biologist's encounter with the elusive blue swallow. With each passing moment, the future of this rare and precious bird hangs in the balance, and its fate uncertain.

Evgenia Arbugaeva, Maxim Arbugaev | United Kingdom | 2022 | 25’
What happens when all the ice flows in the Arctic Ocean melts? How does it affect the world’s largest walrus migration?

Sebastian Mulder | Netherlands | 2021 | 25’
The film features Naya, a female wolf tagged with a GPS collar, travelling from east Germany to Belgium. As the first wolf in Belgium in 100 years, she suddenly hits the headlines. This voyeuristic collage of security camera footage explores the relationship between humans and this iconic wild animal.
Runtime: 59 min.