Shekar Dattatri has always been fascinated by wildlife, and at just thirteen years of age he began volunteer work at Madras's famous Snake Park. An initial interest in wildlife photography evolved into wildlife filmmaking and, after gaining a degree in zoology, he began working with a documentary filmmaker. In 1989, he began a two-year project filming in the rainforests of southern India. The resulting documentary won critical acclaim, including a special jury award at the Jackson Hole Film Festival, a major prize at the Sondrio International Festival, and Best Nature Film Award at Tokyo's Earthvision Festival. Subsequently, he has worked with many of the world's leading producers of wildlife documentaries.
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