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For 14 months, he travelled through eight states of India and canned 70 hours of footage before documentary filmmaker Krishnendu Bose was satisfied that he had enough material to make a convincing statement about how efforts at protecting the tiger have failed, especially those taken by the government. The result, a 63-minute film titled Tiger: The Death Chronicles,’ is also an indicator of the way we look at our forests, our conservation and our development. “The fact is we haven’t been very successful in saving the tiger to the extent that it compels us to rethink our perspectives, our engagement with governance and clearly our accountability to ourselves,” Bose states. Read more at http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Pune/Tiger_tiger_not_bright_enough/articleshow/3882524.cms