Die gefrorene Zeit

The desolation of Antarctica is nothing but a human fallacy. The ice continent is full of life and offers a wealth of species, of which only about two percent is known. The majority lies under water and could decide the future of mankind...

Director: Tuan Lam

After studying art history and political science at the University of Birmingham and Berlin, Tuan Lam works as a writer for print and television. Since 2016, he has been overseeing documentary series and cinema documentaries as a creative producer and writer at Gebrueder Beetz Filmproduktion, which screened at numerous international festivals, including Hong Kong Moments (premiere Toronto International Film Festival), Riddle of the Bones - Gender Revolution (winner Silbersalz Festival), Dream Boat (Premiere Berlinale), The Art of Museums (documentary series nominated at Shanghai Film Festival).

Director: Jens Monath

Jens Monath studied political science, economics and eastern European history at the University of Munich and in London. He joined ZDF as a freelance writer / director in 1990, covering current affairs in more than 50 countries. A full-time employee of ZDF, he has increasingly specialized in (science) documentaries. Jens was a regular contributor as writer/director/editor to ZDF’s Prime Time Documentary, Tuesday evening at 8:15 p.m. Since January 1, 2009 he is working for the most established TV documentary slot of ZDF, the Sunday night show at 7.30 p.m. – TERRA X – which contains a large percentage of high-end drama sequences and CGI. Jens is also responsible for some mini-series and has done several coproductions with partners such as the BBC (Hiroshima, The Celts), Channel 4 (Hindenburg), France 2 (Changing Climates), History Channel (Ida-the-fossil) and others.

Germany New Zealand
86 Min.
SUB: German SUB: English
Director: Tuan Lam, Jens Monath
Cinematography: Peter Thompson, Alexander Campbell
Editing: Oliver Szyza
Editor: Marita Hübinger (ZDF|ARTE)
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