Wunderwelt Schweiz - Wasser und Eis

Wasser und Eis

Die Schweiz wird auch das „Wasserschloss Europas“ genannt. Die vier größten Flüsse Europas – Rhein, Rhone, Donau und Po – haben in den Alpen ihren Ursprung. Je weiter das Wasser abwärts fließt, umso bunter und reichhaltiger wird die Tier- und Pflanzenwelt. Der Film nimmt den Zuschauer mit auf eine fantastische Reise von den höchsten Gipfeln des Berner Oberlandes, Aare und Rhein entlang bis zum spektakulären Finale des Rheinfalls bei Schaffhausen.

Director: Ulf Marquardt

Ulf Marquardt (born 1964) has been working as author, director, cinematographer and producer since 1991. After completing his studies and a traineeship at a radio station, he soon transferred to television and worked on numerous magazine features, science programmes, reports and other documentaries for ARD, ZDF and Arte. Also, he wrote gags for the „Harald Schmidt Show“ and for „RTL Samstagnacht“ (corresponds to Saturday Night Live); he drew up articles for magazines and newspapers; he was the editor-in-chief of a computer game magazine and produced radio features, just to name a few activities. 2006 saw the premiere of the first film in which he was his own cinematographer, a 30 minute report about ghost nets in the deep sea. In his most recent productions, he even took on the role of underwater cameraman himself. Ulf Marquardt is married, has two children and lives near Cologne.

Germany
2017
51 Min.
German
6
Director: Ulf Marquardt
Author: Ulf Marquardt
Camera: Marlen Hundertmark, Ulf Marquardt, Jost Schneider
Editing: Marcel Buckan
Music: Stefan Döring
Speaker: Max Moor
Editor: Rajan Autze (3sat/SRF)
Producer: Annette Scheurich (Marco Polo Film AG)
Website URL: www.marco-polo-film.de