Sumatra's Last Tigers

While tiger populations all around the world are crashing, tiger numbers in a remote nature reserve in Sumatra, Indonesia are increasing. Here even man killers are being rehabilitated and released into the wild. The man behind this unique conservation project is Indonesian tycoon, Tomy Winata. Tomy’ s ambitious plan now includes releasing a tiger born in captivity into the wild, will it survive and can the experiment transform conservation practices and save the Sumatran tiger?


Awards and Accolades: 

New York Festivals 2016 -

Docu/Info Prog: Nature & Wildlife (Silver)

2016 International Eco Film Festival -

Best TV Documentary 


Episodes: 1 x 60 mins

Languages: English

Production year: 2016