The wolf (Canis lupus) is an endangered species in Portugal, with less than 300 animals living in the wild. Using as starting and ending point the devolution to nature of an injured wolf, this short documentary aims to illustrate divergent visions about the species.
Biologists, shepherds, park guards and cattle owners’ visions reveal the complexity of human/wolf relationship and the implications in this carnivore conservation.
Direction/Screenplay/Edition: Gonçalo Ferrão da Costa
Photography: José Pedro Lira
Sound: Diogo Martins
Production: Ana Freire