Where environment meets documentary…


Filmmaker: Fewer Than 1,000 Wild Tigers Left in India a story which links some of my interests, past and present, together… environment and documentary film.

In his new film on India’s tiger crisis, conservation filmmaker Krishnendu Bose argues that there may be less than 1,000 wild tigers remaining in India.

Bose

Called “Tiger: The Death Chronicles,” the 63 minute film in
English had its premier today at the India International Centre
Auditorium in New Delhi.

“Basically it’s a film to share the truth with the people of the
country,” Bose told ENS in an interview. “I’ve realized [while shooting
that there are] a lot of things even I didn’t know as a filmmaker, as a
person involved with conservation.”

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