Run-Time: 1 x 45 min.
Directed by Patrick Centurioni
Written by Patrick Centurioni
Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (DUBBED)
"Wild Innsbruck", a documentary by nature filmmaker and biologist Patrick Centurioni, explores the fragile yet adaptable wildlife of the Austrian Alps.
The influence of tourism and recreational activities, industry and traffic as well as the vital protective measures against natural events such as avalanches and mudslides have forced chamois, ibexes, stoats and ptarmigan to be creative in adapting and adjusting to their habitat near the alpine city of Innsbruck.
In his many years exploring the region with his camera, Patrick Centurioni has managed to show the tensions between urban development and pristine alpine landscapes and the animals that inhabit them.