American-Armenian filmmaker and screenwriter Eric Nazarian made a short film for Art for The World, an organization affiliated with the UN Department of Public Information, as part of the "Interactions" anthology film.
For the film, the organization selected 12 filmmakers from around the world, including world-renowned actress Isabella Rossellini, and asked them to make short films about human-animal relationships, conservation, deforestation, health, marine and wildlife, water and more.
"Tatanka" by Eric Nazarian explores the connection between the Lakota people and their worship of the buffalo, including prairie restoration, ecosystem conservation, hunting for sustenance and a tribe of women who reinforce each other through the rebirth of the Tatanka. The short film was filmed in North Dakota in 2022.
Interactions will have its world premiere at the Rome International Film Festival on October 17, 2022.
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