Hannes Jaenicke im Einsatz für den Wolf

For over 100 years it had disappeared in our country, but after 20 years it is now back: the gray wolf. According to the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, there are currently 105 wolf packs, 25 wolf pairs, and 13 sedentary individual wolves living in Germany. The big question is: How many wolves can Germany handle? Some see the wolf as the representative of a healthy and pristine environment, for others it is a dangerous and greedy predator.


Director: Judith Adlhoch

Judith Adlhoch
(born 1967 in Munich)

Having grown up in Portugal, she studied drama, history and philosophy in Vienna.
In television broadcasting since 1988, she founded her own production company Tango Film GmbH with her partner, cinematographer Mark Strobel. Development and production of television formats for different broadcasting corporations with a focus on information, nature and travel films. Since 1993 she is producer and presenter of the travel film series Voxtours on channel Vox.
Judith Adlhoch and her travel documentaries have been nominated for and awarded various prizes, e.g. Deutscher Telestar (1996), Silberner Kompass (2003), Goldener Kompass (2004, 2005, 2006), Columbus Sonderpreis (2007).
Engagement in charity: Childrens Aid "Hilfsaktion SOS für Kinder" (VOX, 2004); "Womens World Award" (with Mikhail Gorbachev 2004); since 2005 she is World Vision's ambassador for education, supporting projects in Swaziland, Mali and Ethiopia.
In September 2005 Judith Adlhoch gave birth to Rocco Maria Strobel. Becoming a mother was and still is the most beautiful enrichment of her life.

43 Min.
Director: Judith Adlhoch
Script: Judith Adelhoch, Eva-Maria Gfirtner
Cinematography: Markus Strobel
Editing: Jahn-Philipp Stahl
Narrator: Hannes Jaenicke
Editor: Terra X (ZDF)
Producer: Judith Adlhoch (Tangofilm)
Website URL: zdf.de