This documentary is about filming the whole situation and reciting the story out to the world. This film will be an outrage to people with skills and resources to come and help to mitigate the conflict. The film is targeting NGOs, Scientists, forest management departments, and wildlife lovers around the globe. The villagers and tigers conflict need a solution, but before reaching that stage- we have to involve people to work on the ground level.
I personally believe, the first step to change is acceptance. To make wildlife management decisions there should be an acceptance to the problem. Local villagers have a mind which speaks that the forest belongs to them but the tiger is forest departments property. This thought has to change form your tiger, to our tiger.
The documentary will be also an education campaign. I want this film to act as a bridge between people to forest dep. and vice-versa.
Now, I am looking for a fund of 3,20,000 rupees. This sum is required for continuing filming. Whatever resources I had has already been used while doing research for my story and building essential filming material. Also, I have the permission by the forest department which I have attested in here. Now I want to go back to Bramhapuri and start filming again.
I am breaking down the funding here-
Equipments and Rentals - 1,50,000 rupees
Accommodation and Traveling- 70,000 rupees
Team Compensation- 1,00,000 rupees
Please, let's contribute to making this documentary to try and change something we can! You can be an ambassador for the change.