15 SEP 2021

Albatross' wildlife documentaries awarded at the Green Screen Festival

"Wild Horses – A Tale From The Puszta"; "Vltava - River Of Gold" and "Africa's Wild Roommates - How Animals Share Bed And Board" received their prizes at the German nature film festival.

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"Wild Horses – A Tale From The Puszta"

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Three Albatross wildlife documentaries won at this year’s Green Screen Festival, Germany’s most important nature film festival and industry meeting point. "Wild Horses – A Tale From The Puszta" (52'or 88’ UHD) by Wild Tales Productions received the main prize of the festival, the "Green Screen Nature Film Award". The jury concluded:" We learn about the main animal protagonists in dramatic stories, wonderful animal footage and loving narration. With great respect for the nature of these animals and their natural, wild behaviour, a great closeness and identification is built up. The sometimes tender, sometimes powerful, but always stirring music contributes to the emotional intensity of this film and rounds off the overall work of art."



The audience award of the festival went to "Vltava - River Of Gold" (52’ HD) by Angelika Sigl and the Prize of the Juvenile Jury was awarded to "Africa's Wild Roommates - How Animals Share Bed And Board" (52’ UHD) by Robert Sigl. A wonderful success for the producers of Text + Bild Medienproduktion.  



Lisa Schelhas, sales director at Albatross World Sales, says: “We’re incredibly happy for our producers and proud to present such a strong wildlife slate to clients around the world. The recognition our documentaries continuously receive show their quality and how important good wildlife and environmental stories are in today’s TV landscape.”

The recognition our documentaries continuously receive show their quality and how important good wildlife and environmental stories are in today’s TV landscape.” Lisa Schelhas Sales director at Albatross World Sales