Run-Time: 1 x 52 min.
Directed by Pavol Barabas
Written by Pavol Barabas, Harald Pokieser
A Cosmos Factory/ARTpoint production for ORF in co-production with WDR and NDR Naturfilm in association with the Slowakian Ministry of Culture
Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (DUBBED) , French (DUBBED)
High Tatras - A Wilderness Frozen in Time
Zauberberge - Die Wildnis der Hohen Tatra
The High Tatras are considered a National Park in Slovakia. It has more than three hundred peaks, many higher than 2500 meters, romantic valleys with no access roads, crystal-clear streams and forests inhabited by wolves, bears and lynxes. Observing the nature of the High Tatras means to look into the past, to go back to a world when ploughs were pulled by horses and trees were cut with handsaws and axes, to go back to the times of European wilderness, when predators still roamed the forests.
Awards: Missoula International Wildlife Film Festival 2008: Missoula International Wildlife Film Festival Award