"Racheros del Jaguar", produced and directed by Sara Matasick, will screen at the 2018 WCFF in New York, NY. Ten days of over 100 wildlife documentary films, panel discussions, field trips. networking, receptions and virtual reality programs at the premiere wildlife film festival on the globe. Get your advanced All Access Festival Pass today: wcff.org/nyc-festival-2018/
SYNOPSIS: in Sonora, Mexico, where a community of ranchers fights against drought, disease and predators to keep their cattle alive. They share this land with the most northern population of jaguars in the Americas. While ranchers historically hunted or poisoned jaguars, shrinking the big cat's northern range to only a few pockets in Mexico, this traditional relationships changing thanks to a unique conservation program. Featuring the rugged landscape of Sonora and an intimate glance at a powerful predator, this film is told in the words of the grizzled ranchers themselves and raises a question - can they coexist?
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