Wild Horses – Behind the Scenes
The half-Hungarian and half-Ukrainian director grew up in Hungary at Lake Tisza and made a lifelong friendship with the river Tisza. He started filming to bring man and nature together because he thought they were alienated. His immediate environment showcases the values and problems of his films, which are also about the love of life. He then opened his lens to the Carpathian Basin. During the filming he was confronted with environmental pollution, which he fights against as an activist.
Film in the film to learn about the challenges nature filmmakers have to face. What it's like working for days without finally producing any usable results. The viewer only sees the most beautiful moments in nature films, which are often the result of several years of work. In addition to patience, luck is also needed, as animals and weather cannot be matched in advance. For a good moment, they need to be in the right place at the right time, waiting with humility.