“Medicine of the Wolf” will be screened this Thursday, July 20th, at the Black Earth Public Library 

Co-sponsored by Friends of the Black Earth PL and Briana Burns Memorial, Black Earth Public Library Event 

Medicine of the Wolf: Movie Screening and Discussion with Peter David and Patricia McConnell. 

Thursday,  July 20, 2017 – 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Black Earth Public Library address & contact information click HERE 1210 Mills Street, PO Box 347, Black Earth, WI 53515 (608) 767-4905

Medicine of the Wolf, Produced and Directed by Julia Huffman featuring renowned NG Photographer Jim Brandenburg.  Medicine of the Wolf takes you into wolf country to pursue the intrinsic value of brother wolf and our forgotten promise to him. The film features captivating footage and testimony from world renowned wildlife photographer, Jim Brandenburg.

 The film is 75 minutes and will be followed by discussion with Peter David and Patricia McConnell. 
The film is 75 minutes and will be followed by discussion with Peter David and Patricia McConnell.

Peter David is a wildlife biologist with the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission. He has written a chapter in Recovery of Gray Wolves in the Great Lakes Region of the United States on “Ma’iingan and the Ojibwe” in which he explores the significance of wolf recovery in the western Great Lakes region to one group of people—those known to others as the Ojibwe or Chippewa, and to themselves as the Anishinabe. He will discuss the implications of this relationship on wolf policy in Wisconsin.

Patricia McConnell, PhD, is an internationally known zoologist and Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist who has treated behavior problems in dogs for over twenty-five years. She speaks around the world about canine behavior and training, and is the author of fourteen books, including the critically acclaimed The Other End of the Leash: Why We Do What We Do around Dogs. Her memoir, The Education of Will: a Mutual Memoir of a Woman and Her Dog was released in February 2017. She lives with her dogs and husband on a small farm near Madison, Wisconsin and has worked with others for several years toward the inclusion of science and soul in policy decisions regarding the management of wolves.


Medicine of the Wolf Facebook Page click HERE

Medicine of the Wolf featuring captivating footage and testimony from world renown wildlife photographer, Jim Brandenburg, a filmmaker travels into wolf country to pursue the intrinsic value of brother wolf and its forgotten promise to him. Produced and directed by Julia Huffman. 

Boy And Wolf A Short Film For Kids By Stephen Reynolds

 Boy and Wolf

The size of your heart is all that matters 

Boy and Wolf is a sentimental drama which explores the story of an orphaned eight year old boy, WILL, and his relationship with a wild WOLF that lives in the woods near his grandfathers house deep in the English Countryside that he befriends after it protects him during an encounter with three Bullies. The two lonely strangers bond and soon they develop a friendship that Will will remember for the rest of his life. The film is planning to be shot by Filmmaker Stephen Reynolds in the Spring of 2012 in and around Hay-on-Wye near the Brecon Beacons.


Stephen Reynolds Biography

From a background of self funded short films, British Writer/Director Stephen Reynolds blasted onto the UK film scene in 2013 with his debut feature ‘Vendetta’. He is known for his fast paced shooting style and energy whilst maintaining a strong and slick visual aesthetic. After no one picked up the phone to him following the success of Vendetta in the UK he got on a plane and flew to Los Angeles to knock on some doors, catching the eye of WWE Studios and soon followed up with the actioner 12 Rounds3:Lockdownwhich he shot in 15 days. Stephen is fast becoming a rising entity on the action movie scene and is actively writing new material.  Source

Never Cry Wolf is a True Story About a Government Determined to Scapegoat Wolves

A never ending story…

A government researcher, sent to research the “menace” of wolves in the north, learns about the true beneficial and positive nature of the species.

Never Cry Wolf is a 1983 American drama film directed by Carroll Ballard. The film is an adaption of Farley Mowat’s 1963 autobiography Never Cry Wolf and stars Charles Martin Smith as a government biologist sent into the wilderness to study the caribou population, whose decline is believed to be caused by wolves, even though no one has seen a wolf kill a caribou. The film also features Brian Dennehy and Zachary Ittimangnaq.

“And this is what happened, and this is why the caribou and the wolf are one; for the caribou feeds the wolf, but it is the wolf that keeps the caribou strong.”  ― Farley Mowat


Will humankind ever learn from the lessons of the past? 

Never Cry Wolf was the film where I first fell in love with the wolf. ~ Rachel