Radioactive Wolves

Radioaktivní vlci

25 years after the big nuclear accident, wolves reign over the radioactively contaminated no-man’s-land, the so-called exclusion zone of Chernobyl which stretches from Ukraine into Belarus and Russia. Rumors about wolves in the zone have been numerous, but many questions are as yet unanswered: How many wolves are there really in this area? How are the animals dealing with the radioactive pollution? Is there a resident population?

  • Movie number
    49
  • Section
    Competition
  • Director
    Klaus Feichtenberger
  • Script
    Klaus Feichtenberger
  • Photographer
    Igor Byshnov, Hubert Doppler
  • Country
    Austria
  • Length
    50 min
  • Year
    2011
  • Festival version
    English, Czech