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The Screen Guide

TEN MILLION WILD CATS is the story of a predator that has conquered all environments, including the human heart. This film explores the relationship between the cat and the Australian landscape. In learning about the cat's skills, abilities and lifestyle we can learn how they have adapted so successfully to this environment that they have become a threat to native species. We follow the stories of those people fighting to save endangered native animals. We talk to Australia's Aboriginal people about the survival and introduction of these animals to their culture. The film explores the origins of the cat in Australia and looks at the association of Aborigines with cats as part of their world.

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Cast

Richard Dennison (narrator)

Production Details

Production Completion
2000
Genre
Natural history and environment
Production Company
Film Australia Limited  Wild Visuals Pty Ltd

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Festival International du Film Animalier
    (2002)
  • Australian Cinematographers Society Federal Office
    (2002)