In German cinema screens out the documentary;Russia. In the realm of tigers, bears and volcanoes. This window into Russia, unknown to Western man, and even to many Russians. Russia - the largest country in the world. In many of its parts, it remains unknown world full of wonders. Let the world and will continue for the generations that come after us.
With these words begins the documentary;Russia. In the realm of tigers, bears and volcanoes; of the wild country. The film comes out this week in theaters in Germany. Russian viewers could see footage of him on their television screens: 90-minute reel of film is based on a six-part television program ;Wild Russia;. Telefilm was made in collaboration with British broadcaster National Geographic, German broadcasters NDR and WDR, the Russian;First Channel; and several other sponsors. A group of German filmmakers headed Jorn Revere (Jörn Röver), a biologist by training, journalist, director and producer, specializing in scientific and popular films about the flora and fauna. The main operator of the project - also known German documentary, a veterinarian for his first profession, Henry M. Mix (Henry M. Mix). The documentary;Russia. In the realm of tigers, bears and volcanoes, shows how this is already clear from the title, only the natural landscapes and animals. People in the picture is not, as there is no mention of things that are not related to the flora and fauna.Im Reich der Tiger, Bären und VulkaneFiltertechniken