The struggle for life in forest is endless.
To our eyes, death is a defeat.
But is it?
Death of a Bison Bull gives us pause: Is death an end? Or is it a beginning? The film is set in one of the harshest winters in decides in Yellowstone National Park when a quarter of the park’s entire bison herd perished. It follows a variety of species ( insects, birds and mammals) and investigates how their lives are affected by the death of a bison bull. The film shows how the bull is distributed into the natural landscape and how the death of one animal ensures the lives of others.
Written and produced by: Bo Landin and Ronald Tobias
Awards:» Received the Grand Prix of the Eco Film Festival 1999.