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A Journey to the Crayfish Paradise
A documentary film about the Bahamian crayfish industry and the locals who depend on it.
The Ugly Beauty of the Moray Eel
A documentary film about Czech adventurers who set out to explore a shipwreck off the Florida coast. During their exploration, the divers spotted a remarkable ocean predator, the moray eel. Oddly enough, the animal seemed to befriend one of the divers.
Carcharias - The Great White
A documentary film about the great white shark, shot in South Africa without the use of underwater cages. It focuses on Andre Hartman, a local hunter and diver who is willing to face the great white without any protection. Andre's ten-year old son Francois also gets involved in the shoot and wants to prove himself as a competent adventurer. After the great white attacks the crew's cinematographer, everyone quickly retreats from the shark's territory.
A Bizarre World
The Carpathian mountains are criss-crossed by hundreds of streams making their way down into the valleys. Vlčí potok, the Wolf Brook, is one of them. As it descends, it creates dozens of small pools. Although they seem empty and deserted, they have been full of life since primaeval times. Each of them is host to the countless goings-on of their remarkable inhabitants. They are mostly inaccessible to humans, and this is maybe why we have been unable to protect such a fragile and vulnerable world from ourselves. Starring a rare fish called the Alpine Bullhead.
Dance of the Blue Angels
Prisoners of a White God
Czech researcher Tomáš Ryška spent nearly two years in the mountains of Thailand and Laos in order to, at any cost, discover the reason for the wrongs and the violence committed against the Akha (an aboriginal Laotian tribe in Thailand) and their children. This documentary about a small group of hill people was made on the basis of actual events.
Lamalera whale hunters on the Indonesian island Lembata are one of the last hunters on our planet that hunt in a traditional way not only whales but also dolphins and mantas. For centuries now, they have been going out on old wooden boats to fight unmerciful battles for life and death with the gigantic sperm whales using bamboo harpoons. It is not always a victorious battle.