India has magnificent wilderness lands despite enormous pressure on them from all directions.  This film explores the Indian people’s deep and ancient connection to wilderness as told by leading environmentalists from India and other countries. Shot in Bandipur National Park, southern India, and a village of the indigenous Toda people. 


Length: 10 minutes. Funded by the Wild Foundation. Released in 1999.


Credits:

Written and edited by Diane LaMacchia

Cinematography by Doug Prose

Music by Karnataka College of Percussion and David Rothenberg

Produced and directed by

    Diane LaMacchia and Doug Prose