The population of tigers worldwide has decreased dramatically over the last century. In 1900 over 100,000 tigers existed but the tiger trade has decreased these numbers significantly. Currently there are less than 3,500 tigers alive. Fewer than 20 South Chinese tigers are alive today and Caspian, Javanese, and Balinese tigers are now extinct. Tigers and Humans takes a brutal, honest look into the industry and supply/demand that leads to the murder of thousands of tigers each year. The film also shows the beauty and power of the felines and sends a plea to save the tigers.
Premiered at Moscow International Film Festival, Best Russia Film Award at the 7th International Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) New York, nominated in the Best Documentary Film category at the The Golden Unicorn Awards, Best Nature Defenders film Award at The Sea Calls! Festival