In "Thuringia's Forest Wilderness" the filmmaker and ecologist David Cebulla visits areas where forests are permited to develop naturally.
With my film "The Last European Hamsters" I want to educate about the critically endangered species.
The example of the Hoher Kellerwald clearly shows the extends of forest decline due to drought and heat of the past years.
We are looking for locations to put up our trail cameras. Follow me and my team along the Thuringian forest wilderness.
A postman is sorting letters in monotonous movements when a registered mail arrives on his desk.
Thank you so much for an amazing premiere! "The Return of the Wildcat" is still available for online streaming.
The evening is starting, guests are eating, drinking, stralling and enjoying themselves. The President is opening the festivities. The sun is setting, the night...
In 2018 I produced a scenic image film for the Master’s program Evolution, Ecology and Systematics at the Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena. The project was filmed in...
In "Hidden Beauty - The Orchids of the Saale Valley" David Cebulla is on a quest to find some of Germany's rarest, but also most...
"Into the Battle" is an atmospheric web video, which was created on the 210th anniversary of the twin battles of Jena and Auerstedt.