Wild France – long coastlines, harsh countryside

This two part programme presents a wild aspect of France’s nature. Part 2 focuses on French rivers and coastlines. Fascinating aerial and close-up photography is accompanied by spectacular stories.

Director: Jacques Malaterre

Director: Frédéric Fougea

Frédéric Fougea is a French writer, director and producer of cinema and television. In 1989, he launched the series “Les Seigneurs des Animaux” which was a worldwide success. In 1991, with « Il danse pour ces Cormorans », he won 100 international prizes including an Emmy Award. Since his beginnings, Frédéric Fougea has been keen to bring science and knowledge within the reach of as many people as possible, through productions that are both educational and spectacular, and he never ceases to refine his technique as a storyteller by re-enchanting our link with the natural world.

48 Min.
Director: Jacques Malaterre, Frédéric Fougea
Script: Jacques Malaterre, Frédéric Fougea, Marie-Noëlle H
Cinematography: Mathieu Giombini, Marc Rebuttini, Pascal Gaubert, etc.
Editing: Laurence Guzzo, Thomas Cirotteau, Aude Richelet
Music: A Musique, Aim, Frédéric Leibovitz, Èdition Kapagama, Métisse Music
Narrator: Otto Clemens
Website URL: www.terramater.at