Wild Berlin

Germany’s capital is an urban jungle, providing a habitat for thousands of racoons, foxes, bats, squirrels, hedgehogs and beavers – Berlin is wild in more ways than one.


Director: Rosie Koch

Rosie Koch was born in Balingen and studied biology. During a traineeship in Kudwigsburg she learned AVID cut, camera work and photo editing. While working on her thesis, in St. Louis, USA, about desert mole rats in Kenia she single-handedly made several short animal documentaries - some of them award winning.
Another traineeship at Story House Productions in Berlin was followed by a 3-years employment at Marco Polo Film in Heidelberg as researcher and author. In 2010 she foundet her own nature film production Nona Naturedocx.
She lives and works as freelance nature film author and producer in Berlin.

Director: Roland Gockel

Roland Gockel was born in Duisburg. After high school be was a camera trainee at the BR before he went to study at the 'Staatliche Fachschule für Optik und Fototechnik‘ in Berlin. After practical training in underwater photography he started working as camera man in wildlife and nature films in 1990. Since then his shots feature in many documentaries and expedition reports for public TV, Blue Chip nature documentaries for movie theatres and international productions. Recently he has been working as producer, director and author.

52 Min.
Director: Rosie Koch, Roland Gockel
Script: Rosie Koch
Cinematography: Roland Gockel
Editing: Wolfgang Hemmann
Music: Achim Treu
Narrator: Boris Aljinovic
Editor: Meyen Wachholz, Ute Beutler, Susanne Lummer