Who would have thought Venice has its own coral reefs? The Tegnue, located on the east of the lagoon. Like all the other amazingly diverse wildlife of the city once called “Europe’s Drawing Room” they have been influenced by centuries of human geo-engineering.
Venice today is still a habitat for a wide variety of animals – like one of the world’s rare poisonous mammals: the Eurasian water shrew.
360 Degrees Film provided support for Epo Film, recruiting professionals for location work and production management of the complete documentary in Venice and in the surrounding lagoon.
January - December 2014
Director: Klaus T. Steindl
DoP: Stefano Pancaldi
Production:Epo Film - 360 Degrees Film
- Venice and Surrounding Lagoon