In the Dutch Veluwe region, Raven, Red Deer, Fox and Wild Boar try to survive each other and nature, season in season out. Nature film for the entire family, narrated by André van Duin.
Nature documentary about the life of four young animals: a wild boar, a red deer, a raven and a fox. The animals are followed by cameras for all four seasons in the Veluwe region, right in the heart of the Netherlands. At the interface of drama and documentary, we witness how these charismatic wild animals grow up and try to survive; from birth via adolescence to maturity and the start of their own families. André van Duin tells their life stories, which at times look suspiciously similar to ours.

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Title: Wild, bonte families op de Veluwe
Year: 2018
Duration : 1 hour, 20 minutes
Category: Long Documentary
Edition: NFF 2018

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Other awards

Kristallen Film (10.000 bezoekers documentaire) (2018)

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