- 51 min
- Mark Fletcher (Großbritannien)
Nature and Environment
Grand Prix Graz 2016
On my expeditions I have sometimes experienced situations which projected me into the animal world, where surviving is essential. If I had not been able to do so, I would have sold my soul or given my heart for staying alive. This film is not about humans, but about mountain monkeys who succeeded in creating their own Shangri La: a protected area where peace and tranquillity reign. Those monkeys survive in the mountains, using their social network characterized by tenderness, beauty, also cruelty, but always empathy, in a natural and harmonic way. They set an example for all of us for whom “living together” is so important. This film is a little jewel. Therefore, the “Grand Prix Graz 2016” goes to the best that can be done in the field of nature and environment.