The Everglades – A Watery Wilderness

Forget that dark swamp picture: the Everglades in fact is a crystal clear shallow river flowing slowly towards the sea. The National Park hosts an assortment of fascinating habitants, and is home to species such as alligators, the elusive Florida panther and the delicate Key deer. This is an intimate portrait of this strange but troubled watery wilderness through the stories of the animals which call it home.
  • Original title: The Everglades
  • Director: Zoltán Török
  • Year of Release: 2015
  • Prizes: "Student Jury Award, Sondrio Film Festival, Italy, 2015 Prix du Parc Naturel Régional, Ménigoute International Ornithological Film Festival, France, 2015 Grand Prix, Matsalu International Nature Film Festival, Estonia, 2015 Second Prize in Nature Films Category, International Nature Film Festival, Gödöllő, Hungary, 2015 Special Prize of The National Geographic Magazine, International Nature Film Festival, Gödöllő, Hungary, 2015"
  • Length: 53 min
  • Screening times: Oct 18 6 pm Babylon; Oct 23 4.25 pm Babylon
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  • IMDB: imdb link