The Eagle Huntress tells the story of Aisholpan, a 13-year-old girl who is training to becoming the first female eagle huntress in twelve generations of her Kazakh family, carrying on a tradition passed down from father to son for centuries.
The Eagle Huntress, directed by Otto Bell. USA/UK/Mongolia, 2016. 88'. Original soundtrack with Spanish subtitles
Followed by a discussion with Eduardo de Juana (ornithologist and former chair of SEO/BirdLife) and Carmen Arnau Muro (anthropologist and chair of the Foundation for the Study and Dissemination of Siberian and Central Asian Cultures).
26 September 2017Screenings, Talks "Golden Eagle, Call of the Wild" by Otmar Penker
See the golden eagle like never before in the highly evocative footage of this splendidly sophisticated production.
27 September 2017Screenings, Talks "The Million Dollar Duck" by Brian Golden Davies
The hilarious adventures of six wildlife artists competing to win the Federal Duck Stamp Contest.
04 October 2017Screenings, Talks "Migratory Birds" by Petra Höfer and Freddie Röckenhaus
Breathtaking footage of storks, geese and starlings on a journey through France, Spain, Italy, Kenya, Tanzania and (…)