Documental 4k, y HD
REALIZACIÓN Y MONTAJE: Pedro Felipe Acosta
MUSIC: Christian Johansen
TEXTS: Jordi Solsona
PHOTOGRAPHY: Pedro F. Acosta, Marcos Felipe García
POSPRODUCCIÓN Y COLOR: Manuel lópez Pérez
In 2012 a terrible forest fire devastated the 20% of Parque Nacional de Garajonay and the 10% of the island’s surface. This was the biggest natural disaster of the Canary Islands in the last decades. The documentary wants to highlight the extraordinary natural wealth of this ancestral forest, and shows the damage caused by the fire and the measures carried out to repair this damage and prevent further disasters.
Pedro Felipe Acosta
Felipe Acosta has been doing documentaries about Canary Islands’ nature for years in order to promote wild life conservation. His work has provided him the opportunity to visit every archipelago’s corner and he has directed and filmed more than twenty documentaries about this natural environment. Some of his works have been internationally awarded.
1998 Fauna Canaria
2006 Teno, hombre y naturaleza
2010 Canarias reductos de biodiversidad
2014 Canarias a la sombra de los volcanes