(Wildlife/nature, 4×50 min.) The North Sea is a habitat of superlatives, with enough food for everyone, from giant sharks to tiny shore crabs. This documentary portrays not only the magnificence of the oceans but also their vulnerabilities. The waters of the North and Baltic Sea between Norway’s fjords and the Wadden Sea, between the Kattegat and Sweden’s largest island, Gotland, are the scene of dramas, great and small.
Distributor: ZDF Studios
Pitch Perfect: “Prize-winning wildlife filmmaker Thomas Behrend spent more than two years filming in the waters of the North and Baltic Seas to explore these diverse marine habitats off the shores of Europe. Innovative drone and underwater camera technology provide an intimate insight into the lives of rare sea creatures, including behavior never before captured on film.” —Ralf Rückauer, VP Unscripted