Tausend Moore, Hundert Seen und ein Wald - Naturwunder Schorfheide

Just outside Berlin, in the northeast of Brandenburg, lies a species-rich cultural landscape surrounded by ancient forests, thousands of moors and over 200 lakes: the Schorfheide. It is a refuge for animal species that have become rare and a region that is a model for all of Germany in terms of nature conservation.

Director: Almut Hauschild

Director: Christoph Hauschild

Wildlife film producer Christoph Hauschild portrays a sensitive account of the Havel: Within the largest inland marshland of mid Europe thousands of cranes gather every year before they head south. Huge sea eagles find plenty of food from the numerous inshore waters and in neighbouring woodlands the large red deer bell. Foxes bring up their young. Stork nests are to be found on church towers and farmsteads, not far from quiet, marshy thickets, the habitat of the rare marsh toad.

44 Min.
Director: Almut Hauschild, Christoph Hauschild
Script: Almut und Christoph Hauschild
Cinematography: Christoph Hauschild, Arndt Brüning
Editing: Klaus Müller
Music: Frank Beckmann, Simone Candotto, Matthias Bucher, NDR Radiophilharmonie
Narrator: Stefan Kaminski
Editor: Ralf Quibeldey, NDR; Ute Beutler, rbb; Ralf Fronz, MDR
Producer: Britta Kiesewetter (Doclights GmbH / NDR Naturfilm)
Website URL: www.doclights.de