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Smithsonian Channel explores France’s ‘Wild Carcassonne’

Smithsonian continues the journey to Europe’s “Wild Castles” with a trip through Carcassonne’s history and wildlife: https://www.smithsonianchannel.com/shows/wild-castles/carcassonne/1004909/3451789 North of the Pyrenees mountain range stands France’s ancient Carcassonne, a stone fortress that has faced sieges, endured the brutality of the Spanish Inquisition, and thrived as a center of wealth during the salt trade a millennia ago. Today,…

‘Propaganda : The Art of Selling Lies’ at 2019 Hot Docs Festival!

We are happy to announce that our German-Canadian co-production “Propaganda: The Art of Selling Lies” (directed by Larry Weinstein) was officially selected for the 2019 Hot Docs Festival in “The Making Believe” program, which examines the multiple ways in which the truth can be deceiving. Find out which other great films will be screened alongside…

‘Naked Mole Rats’ on Smithsonian Channel’s Wild Wednesdays!

Looks aren’t everything. Despite its appearance, the naked molerat should be envied. It lives to a very old age, never gets sick, and is practically impervious to pain. Scientists want to know why. In the quest to combat age-related illness – and even ageing itself – researchers around the world are searching for the Methuselah…

‘Naked Molerat’ wins NHK Science Award

taglicht media’s own Panda! We are delighted to announce that our production “Naked Moderat” was awarded with the NHK Science Award at this year’s Wildscreen Festival! Competing with films like “Rise of the Warrior Apes” and “An Ocean Mystery” makes us all the more proud. The naked mole rat may not be the most beautiful little…