A wonderful Hungarian nature film about the Gemenc forest
In may 2017 a new Hungarian nature film called “Gemenc – the world of the floodplains “is going to be presented in numerous cinemas of Hungary.
The shooting is remarkable in its own, because it has been last between 2012 and September 2016, so the creators has even recorded the grean Danube flood of 2013. The creators had to deal with so many special situations during the work, they had to pay priority attention to the selection of the scenes, the shaping of the blinds and the camouflage, because they wanted to film wise wild animals are avoiding the company of the human.
The task has been accomplished excellently, so we have been presented with a world-quality nature film. The film, made with great care and the special techniques – including the hidden game cameras, aerial and underwater cameras – are unique to us, because it shows us recordings like the nesting and the nursing of the black storks’ young ones, wild pigs on the dinkey line’s station, and the dramatic cuts from the great Danube flood of 2013. The film makes a great emphasis on the depicting of the unique mood of the floodplain’s forest – next to the presentation of the wildlife, of course. It shows wonderful dawn landscapes, many aerial shots, while evergreens of Strauss, Vivaldi, Verdi, Puccini, Mahler and Bartók are played in the background.
The Gemenc flood plain forest is a home of deer herds, wild pig bunches, eagles, jackals, beavers, herons, kingfishers, and one the biggest population of the protected black storks. Thanks to the film, the audience can admire these animals, are familiar and well known, loved by any of us. All in a fantastic nature film.