It Takes Two To Tango!
(Ketten egy fészekben)

short, video, 52 minutes


Red-footed falcons and rooks are two very strange types of bird. The two species have seemingly nothing in common; however, red-footed falcons rely on rookeries when nesting. People have interrupted this symbiosis in recent decades by declaring "war" and have singled out the rooks in order to forestall any reduction in farmland production. This film shows what is happening to red-footed falcons, and rooks, and how nature conservationists are trying to deal with the situation just a couple of years after the "peace treaty" in this strange war between birds and men.

2010 - Pusztaszer National Nature Film Festival, Hungary: Lifestyle and Environmental Protection Category Prize


Szabolcs Pálfi Director
Gergő Kiss, Marcell Rév Director of photography
Judit Czakó Editor
László Melis Music
Tamás Zányi, Gábor Komlódi Sound
Péter Palatitz, Szabolcs Pálfi Producer
Beszélő Szem Produkciós Iroda Production company
Szabolcs Pálfi Animation
Artúr Kálid Narrator


Budapest Hungarian Film Week - 2010 Best Director Kollányi Ágoston Prize
Toyama Japan Wildlife Film Festival - 2011 Best Newcomer Award

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