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House of Ibex

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Stretching over an area of more than 1.800 km2, the national park Hohe Tauern is the largest national park in the Alps and one of the most beautiful and pristine high mountain regions in the world. Its gigantic natural scenery will be the magnificent setting of one of the park’s  flagship projects: the House of Ibex.

We are more than happy to produce two new films for this great exhibition, which will be accessible for the public in spring 2020 at Heiligenblut, Carinthia. The films will deal with the rough life in the alpine environment of the national park.
“Eye Contact – At Home on the Highest Peaks” and “The King and his Throne” will give visitors a unique insight to life above the timberline.

Our team has braved every weather so far while shooting and all of us are more than excited to see the final result.

 

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