Director: Michael Schlamberger
Country of Origin: Austria
Year of Release: 2018
Duration of the Film: 50 min
Rivers and waterfalls slice through mountains dragging millions of tons of gravel to the lowlands, spreading new habitats: nesting for little ringed plover, or beds for airborne sycamore seeds that root and bind the new land. Goldeneye ducks nest in abandoned woodpecker holes high in trees beside the river. Once a dozen siblings have hatched, the tiny ducklings leap after their mother, dropping up to ten metres to the water below.
Lihula Small Hall 20.09 - 13:00