Bernhard Grzimek

The Festival programme spans a wide arc: a the nine films in competition to name a few, are located the prize money in the amount of apply for 5,000, 3,000 and 2,000 EUR. The movies go the questions about who owns the sea, reveal the biofuel lie, deal with the myth of forest or accompany a farmer who hear the grass grow. On the other hand numerous award-winning documentaries appear, such as ‘The Yes Men fix the world’, winner of the panorama of audience prize at the Berlinale 2009, or ‘Crude’, a film about the largest environmental lawsuit in the world against the oil giant Chevron. Bernhard Grzimek would have been 100 years old this year. To honor cinema will be shown in the foyer of the Caligari an exhibition on his life and work him. An evening dedicated to Atlantis Film Festival throughout his films, among them: ‘No place for wild animals’ and numerous short films from the ‘ 50s, still in black and white. Is a very rare opportunity to see these films on the big screen. In the short film program, Christian Grzimek guest will be.

Knowledge is power and information is a key to change the world. Since many films show how individual and small groups against seemingly overwhelming interests for the military use, invite you to a very special evening Naturefund and Atlantis nature and environment Film Festival. “On the 14th October finds a in the Caligari FilmBuhne discussion night titled can we shape the future?” instead. Matthias Bonsen, management consultant and specialist in the question with, we discuss, how to create rapid change in large groups. Ariane Hildebrandt of Greenpeace, Bertram Verhaag, filmmakers about visionary projects, Katja Wiese, Managing Director of Naturefund and with you! Tell us your opinion: we can help shape the future? Rounded the Festival is designed by a varied programme of Eve, for families, to provide an attractive film offer just in the autumn holidays for all generations. Naturefund, the new partners of the Atlantis of nature and environment Film Festival, is committed to bring the diverse nature and environmental themes of the Festival many people as possible.

How could we better disseminate relevant environmental issues, as with such fantastic movies? So you can impart knowledge and information exciting and that is ultimately the basis for changes “, said Katja Wiese, Managing Director of Naturefund, at the press conference. See, there is the Festival program, movie trailers, information about the films, as well as a raffle for the Festival, which starts in October. Tickets for the festival films can be won in the sweepstakes. The main prize is an overnight stay in the legendary black buck, a film evening in the Caligari and buffet breakfast included. For those who do not like to play or win any prize, there is the festival map: 25 movies for 25 EUR! Organizer of the ATLANTIS of nature and environment Film Festival is the cultural Office of the city of Wiesbaden, venue is the Festival marketplace 9, the Caligari FilmBuhne, Wiesbaden on Friday, around 7.30 P.m. inaugurated October 3. The culmination of the Festival will be on Saturday 17 October at 20.00 Watch the awards ceremony took place.