"The Queen of Taru", is produced by Rani Sridhar and directed by Aishwarya. The World Premiere screening takes place at the 9th annual Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) in New York.
Filmed over six years, "The Queen of Taru" is a tale of love, survival, loss and chronicling the life of the most iconic and photographed tigress named Maya (T-12) of Central India. From being an orphaned cub, Maya grows up to being powerful and invincible. Using a combination of tact and strategy, yet quite unseen in the world of big cats, Maya battles for survival. Filled with natural history moments, "The Queen of Taru", transports the audience into the dense canopies of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, located in Chandrapur district, Maharashtra state, India. Here one can see the most feared Big Cat living a life unseen by many.
The 9th annual WCFF anniversary includes, ten days of over 100 documentary films with panel discussion, networking, receptions, field trips and more. Films will represent over 40 nations as in previous years, with international filmmakers in attendance. To purchase discount film festival passes for the 9th annual WCFF visit: wcff.org/nyc-festival-2019/
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