A story of wild animals that are no longer wild and a local zoo bringing them closer to mother nature.
The keepers are kept busy with the animals under their care. These animals, although some may haven’t completely lost their innate instincts, are unlikely to survive if released back to the wild. It’d be difficult for them to live in packs and find food on their own. Ultimately, the zoo may well be the new habitat that they must adapt themselves to live in.
Graduated from an engineering school and worked in visual designs. Studied musicology in Berlin and then majored film in Köln. Worked mainly as a cinematographer for feature documentaries. Garden, Zoological is his first feature film.
Studied at the Kunsthochschule fuer Medien in Köln, Germany and produced Lot to Shame which was presented at the 2016 BIFF. He is currently working on a feature film My age, 14 and participates in the production of various contents such as documentary and web drama.