Wild Germany - The alps of Berchtesgaden

Whoever wants to survive in this wilderness must be perfectly adapted to the environment. In dizzying heights the viewer encounters chamoises with their newborn kids, camouflage experts like the ptarmigan and alpine flowers such as the legendary edelweiss. Marmots tussle in extreme slow motion on the alpine pastures and the mysterious burbot spawns in the depths of lake Königssee. This fish, originally native to saltwater, ended up in freshwater habitats about 10 million years ago.

Director: Jan Haft

The multiple award-winning cameraman and director Jan Haft (*1967) is one of the most innovative animal filmmakers in Germany. After studying geology/palaeontology, he went on to study biology. At the beginning of the 1990s, the nature enthusiast began his career as a camera assistant for animal film productions. Already in 1996 he founded Nautilusfilm GmbH, one of the most successful companies for animal films in Germany

43 Min.
Director: Jan Haft
Script: Thassilo Franke
Cinematography: Kay Ziesenhenne, Felix Pustal, Jan Haft
Editing: Stephan Berthold
Music: Jörg Magnus Pfeil
Narrator: Axel Wostry
Editor: Udo A. Zimmermann, Christine Peters
Website URL: www.nautilusfilm.com