Director: Ines Possemeyer
Author Ines Possemeyer was born in 1968 in the German town of Ibbenbühren.
Even before finishing her journalism studies at Hamburg's Henri-Nannen-School and an M.A. at Hamburg University in 1998, she had been active as a freelance television author since 1993. And since 1999, the multi-award winning journalist has been working as a scientific editor for GEO magazine. She has been awarded the Heureka Journalist's Prize, the Media Award from the German Hygiene Museum, the RWTH-Prize for Scientific Journalism as well as other prizes, for example from the European Parlament and the international NGO „German Foundation for World Population”.
2014 she was among the top ranking entries for the Hansel-Mieth journalism prize.
Rattenjagd im Südpolarmeer, i.e. Hunting Rats in the Southern Ocean (2013, ARTE, 52min)
Die Rettung der Pinguin-Insel, i.e. Rescuing the Penguins' Island (2011, BR, 43min)
Sokotra - Schatzinsel in Gefahr, i.e. Socotra- Treasure Island in Danger (2009, ARTE, 52min)
Die Krabbenflut, i.e. The Crab Flood (2007, 52min), ARTE
Director: Angela Graas-Castor
was born 1971 in Oberhausen and studied communication sciences and ethnology. After attaining her degree, she attended the University of Television and Film, Munich (HFF München) as an extra-mural student in documentary film. Film writer and director since 1998. For ARD and ARTE she made various prize-winning documentaries and wildlife films, among them „Luchswege“ (about lynxes), „Terror im Reich der Orkas“ (about orcas), „Highway der Schmetterlinge“ (about butterflies) and the full-length documentary film „Jagdzeit“ (about anti-whaling activists).
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