Director: Uwe Müller
Country of Origin: Germany
Year of Release: 2017
Duration of the Film: 44 min
The Eurasian water shrew hunts in its mountain streams, black cocks court and the peregrine falcon nests in rock crevices. The Ore Mountain Range offer divers habitats between mud volcanos and cold air pockets. Many specialists survive here: the water bear, an eight-legged micro-animal, even frozen. In the Ore Mountains, genesis, growth and decay are determined by the power of water. It has ground rocks, carved caves and valleys. And it has created peat bogs – important niches for the aquatic diving bell spiders, or the moorland clouded yellow that can’t exist without bog bilberries.
Lihula Small Hall 20.09 - 19:00