Iceland: The Newborn Island
Director: Carlos Perez
The Arctic fox, the only autochthonous land mammal in Iceland, is one of the species that has been able to adapt to the hard living conditions on this island. A territory that was born from the fire in the heart of the Earth where life has sprouted in the most astonishing way. The fox will guide us through the island’s great biodiversity which includes puffins, Arctic terns, eiders, fulmars, black geese, seals, whales, guillemots or razorbills.