Freed to be wild: documentary about WWF-Russia
RT Documentary Channel presents a special project “Free to be wild”, dedicated to the 25th anniversary of WWF-Russia. The documentary about WWF-Russia conservation is coming on air 6th of April, 2020.
The documentary tells about WWF-Russia conservation specialists who work to preserve rare and endangered species such as Siberian tiger, saker falcon, polar bear and walrus. The filming took place in different climatic zones of Russia: in Primorsky Territory, Southern Siberia and Chukotka.
- Release: 2019
- Country: Russia
- Distributed by the independent non-profit organisation “TV-news”
- Language: Russian
- Narrated by Nikolay Drozdov
- Genre: Documentary
- Written and directed by Natalia Karachkova
- Produced by Valeria Senina
- Cinematography by Stanislav Gurianov
|Natalia Karachkova is the journalist, screenwriter, director of the RTD TV channel.|
She graduated from the Kuban State University in 2001 and in 2014 she graduated from the directing Faculty of the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography.
Since 1999, she worked on TV, took part in the filming of documentaries and documentary reality shows for Russian federal channels and RT channel. Moreover, she wrote scripts for feature films, filmed TV-shows (film production companies Amedia, RTV, Russkoye), and worked as the second director in the feature film “The Way”.
In 2015, she joined the team of RT channel - Natalia works as the director of the documentary channel RTD. During this time, Natalia made dozens of documentaries.