Everyone wants to see a grizzly bear. But, of course, no one wants to be killed by one.
The life of a grizzly in a Canadian national park from the perspective of data points and surveillance cameras presents a fascinating look at what it means to be wild in this interactive film from the NFB.
From the moment it’s tagged and collared by park rangers to it’s death. The story is verbally told from the bear’s perspective but seen from the perspective of the many surveillance cameras surrounding the park.
I guess it’s kinda like surveillance everywhere. It’s partly there to protect you, and partly to protect others from you.