DOCUVISTA on Air
Species extinction in Germany is dramatic – our native biodiversity is in danger. Owners of gardens and balconies are now discovering what they can do about it. The film by Christoph Warneck and Maike Wurtscheid airs on July 23 at 3:45 p.m. on ZDF: Artenvielfalt und ich.
Hardly anyone wants to do without a vacation. But in times of climate change, they need to be rethought. The Ahr Valley, Mallorca and Greenland, which is becoming increasingly popular with adventure travelers: planet e. shows three tourist regions in search of solutions. A film by Andrea Schäfer: Wanderlust – Climate Frustration.
Too much heat, too little water, incorrect care: the trees in our cities are in bad shape. What can we do to preserve the trees? A film by Anja Leuschner: Stadtbäume im Stress.
Siblings help us develop emotional, moral and social skills. Our personality is formed in constant contact with them. Which influence plays the greatest role in this process? A film by Judith Arnold and Maike Wurtscheid: Siblings: Love, Hate, Rivalry.
Around 100 people with and without disabilities work at the Hotel Anne-Sophie. Trisomy 21, hearing impairment, learning disability – everyone here has their own story. Leo, a 20-year-old intern, is new to the hotel. His great hope: a permanent position. Will he become part of the team? A double feature by Kathi Liesenfeld: 5 Sterne für Leo.
High caseloads, hostility, unreliable customers: Many employees in German Jobcenters complain about the high workload. Our new ZDF.reportage accompanies their everyday life – between despair and hope. A film by Anja Leuschner and Franca Leyendecker: Alltag im Jobcenter – zwischen Beratung und Burnout.
“Mom, why are we here? What did you do? Why is daddy not allowed to come in?” Five-year-old Max asks questions like these every day. His mother Katharina, Max and his three siblings live in prison. We accompanied them for three years. A 37 Grad film by Franca Leyendecker and Daniela Hoyer: Mit Mama hinter Gittern.