NATURE . WILDLIFE
Germany's Wild Amazon
52' (ENG, GER), 45' (GER)
The Wupper - a popular river in Germany and one of the greatest anomalies of all time.
As one of Germany’s beauties, the river was the gem of German landscape. But with industrialization it became the country’s hardest working river and like everything that has been overworked, it lost it magnificence and charm. Due to tender love and care, the river is now a reigning example of one of the most successful and outstanding renaturation projects in the country.
The film shows never before seen shots of the river now pulsing with life. We will show you the winding river bed, spawning salmon, mating crabs and still-growing anchor ice. You will see dipper birds searching for food under water, kingfishers catching fish, a family life of badgers, foxes and a wide variety of birds. Come and meet the resurrected river Wupper!
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||Die Wupper - Amazonas im Bergischen Land
||52' (ENG, GER), 45' (GER)
||Sigurd Tesche, Natali Tesche-Ricciardi
||Tesche Documentary Filmproduktion, WDR
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