WILD HORSES - A Tale From The Puszta

Meet Dot, the little wild horse foal! She is a Przewalski’s horse, the only true wild horse species of the world. Although the origin of this endangered species is in Mongolia, Dot lives in the heart of Europe, on the grassy plains of Hungary. 25 years ago some animals were introduced here and the wild horses instantly formed an organic connection with this magical land: today it is one of the world’s largest wild horse herds with 300 animals! This is their story.

Please note:

On Sept. 09th we show the English original version (88 min)

On Sept. 12th we show the German version (43 min)

Director: Zoltán Török

Hungarian documentary filmmaker Zoltan Török has been working for film and television for about 15 years. Living in Sweden at the moment, the graduated geographer is working on international productions and in cooperation with different production companies and broadcasters all over the world. As director, producer and cinematographer he has created numerous nature, wildlife and adventure programmes. He specialises in shooting at difficult and remote locations.

Hungary Germany Sweden Austria
88 Min.
Director: Zoltán Török
Script: Zoltan Török
Cinematography: Jan Henriksson, Zoltan Török, Atte Henriksson
Editing: László Hargittai
Music: Oliver Heuss
Narrator: Carolina Massie (germ. Version: Dörte Lyssewski)
Producer: Azara Film with Doclights NDR Naturfilm in coproduction with Terra Mater, WDR, SVT
Awards: GREEN SCREEN Nature Film Award 2021
Nominations: Best Cinematography 2021,
Best Score 2021,
Heinz Sielmann Film Award 2021
Website URL: wildtales.net