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Following the Tundra Wolf

USA, 1975 (MIFF 1978)

Director: Neil Goodwin, John Borden

Following the Tundra Wolf provides a picture of a predator-prey relationship in one of North America's few remaining great wilderness areas.

It was filmed in the wild during a period of four and a half months in the Canadian arctic, and deals with the interlocking ecology of the tundra wolf and the barren ground caribou.

Golden Venus, Virgin Islands. Silver Hugo, Chicago.

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