A Wisconsin Premiere of “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” In celebration of Wisconsin Wolf Awareness Week, Announces our “Keep The Wild” Commemorative Poster is finished, designed by the talented artist Ned Gannon www.nedgannon.com and will be available only at the screening – Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. In Madison at the Barrymore Theatre
Our donor for this years “Keep The Wild” Commemorative Poster is Ian Whalan, Inventor & owner of Foxlights, Nighttime Predator Deterrent, is covering the printing costs. http://www.foxlights.com/
Tickets: $10.00 Advance/$12.00 Day Of Show
Advance tickets only available on-line at http://www.barrymorelive.com and by phone at (608) 241-8633, with $1.00 convenience charge
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. The Humane Society of the United States, Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin, Foxlights International PTY LTD, and Wolf Education & Research Center present -WORT 89.9 FM welcomes-
The Wisconsin Premiere of the award winning documentary film
“Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest”
Produced by Alan Lacy
“Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” trailer
After the screening there will be a panel discussion and Q&A with:
Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest Producer Alan Lacy; HSUS Wisconsin State Director Melissa Tedrowe; Robert Mann – Ho-Chunk Nation Elder; Foxlights Inventor & Owner Ian Whalan; Randy Jurewicz, retired WI DNR Wolf Program Administrator, and emcee Rachel Tilseth.
Tickets: $10.00 Advance/$12.00 Day Of Show
Advance tickets only available on-line at http://www.barrymorelive.com
and by phone at (608) 241-8633, with $1.00 convenience charge
Please join us in Celebration of Wisconsin’s Wolf Awareness Week!
In this beautiful and important documentary, filmmaker Julia Huffman travels to Minnesota and into wolf country to pursue the deep intrinsic value of brother wolf and our forgotten promise to him.
“Medicine of the Wolf” will take viewers on a journey to understand the powerful relationship that we have with the wolf by interviewing prominent people who represent the different levels of connection to this ancient and iconic species — from Ojibwe creation stories that reflect our interconnectivity to all things, to a lifetime of observations of a complex and dynamic family unit, to a wolf scientist expressing his layered findings in an over 50 year study of the delicate web that wolves weave into our ecosystem.
“Medicine of the Wolf” centers on the remarkable, world-renowned environmentalist and National Geographic photographer Jim Brandenburg, who has photographed, studied and been on the ground with wolves for 45 years — longer than anyone in history. As our guide, Brandenburg enables us to see the world of the wolf as we have never seen it before. The film also has a crucial message for us: The gray wolf must be preserved on the endangered species list.
Filmmaker Julia Huffman has won the first place Animal Content in Entertainment Award from the Humane Society of the United States for “Medicine of the Wolf”. The film was predominantly funded through a successful kick starter campaign, with people from all over the world donating to see the film happen. The film has been praised and endorsed by Dr, Jane Goodall, James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, Graham Nash, Michael Stipe, Jim and Jamie Dutcher from Living with Wolves, to name a few. “Medicine of the Wolf” won the Grand Jury Award at the Arizona International Film Festival, the Audience Choice Award at Minneapolis International Film Festival and the Audience pick at the G2 Green Earth Film Festival in Venice, CA.
Apex Protection Project, and wolf pups Thor, Loki, Kona and Taboo will be joining director Huffman for a short presentation and Q & A following both screenings.
In April 2010, Paula Ficara and Steve Wastell discovered a place that would change the course of their lives: a young wolfdog rescue just getting its start in Los Angeles County. Together, they’ve helped rescue and rehabilitate over 50 wolves and wolf dogs, developed educational events and programs, and been active advocates for captive bred wolves and wolfdogs, as well as wolves in the wild.
Today they run Apex Protection Project, a non-profit dedicated to continuing the quest of protecting wolves and wolf dogs through educational experiences, rescue, and advocacy with the dream of future generations living in a world where the wolf is protected and respected. More information on the program can be found at www.apexprotectionproject.org
Meet these beautiful animals at this special film presentation and Q&A discussion.
Thursday, April 21 at 4 and 7 p.m.
“Medicine of the Wolf” will show at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Thursday, April 21 at 4 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $12, or $9 for Film Festival members. For tickets and more information, please call 928-282-1177. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona.
Film runtime is 74 minutes.