While all over the world many species are under threat, raccoons are experiencing unprecedented expansion. Behind their innocent and cute look, hides an outstanding survivor's temperament, capable of anything to feed and defend themselves.
Over the course of a summer, this film follows a litter of young raccoons from birth to adulthood, on the wild island of Ossabaw near Florida. Close-ups, subjective camera and underwater footage take us as close as possible to these pint-size creatures to reveal how they have become such amazingly adaptable animals.
Direction: Emma Baus
Production: Nord-Ouest Documentaires for France Télévisions
Matsalu Nature Film Festival
MAFF - Matsalu Nature Film festival 2022
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam 2022