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NAYA – Der Wald hat tausend Augen

“Man may be on the top of the food chain, but predators remain predators and prey stay prey”

Director                   Sebastian Mulder

            

The short documentary NAYA – Der Wald hat tausend Augen follows the life of Naya, a wolf that walked from East Germany to Belgium tagged with a GPS collar. The first wolf in Belgium in a hundred years, she suddenly makes headlines – but then her presence takes a mysterious turn. This voyeuristic visual collage of wildlife and surveillance camera imagery captivatingly explores the relationship between humans and this iconic wild animal.

Sebastian Mulder (1994) has always been fascinated with the changing relationships between humans and nature and has a love for experimental en poetic documentaries. Raising questions about the future of our world is what Sebastian wants to achieve with his films. His previous film Nature: All Rights Reserved (2017) screened at various filmfestivals as Palm Springs, Interfilm and the Netherlands Film Festival.

Naya is a coproduction with the Evangelische Omroep (EO), The Netherlands Film Fund and the CoBO Fund.

“Deals with the elusive cushiness of the civilisation that we’ve built in the West and how we’ve forgotten that real nature still exists around us”

Review: Cineuropa / Talking Shorts

Release                 2021

 

Producer
[boondocs], Jasper Boon

 

Line producer
Bente Mars

 

Editor
Nina Graafland

 

Sound
Jacob Oostra

 

Titles & VFX
Amos Mulder

 

Music
Eren Önsoy

 

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