…produced and direct by Julia Huffman. On Wednesday night the Barrymore theatre’s box office line was all the way down the block.
A big thank you to the panel members for making this a notable celebration of Wisconsin’s Wolf Awareness Week.
Pictured: panel members, standing (left to right) Robert Mann, Patricia McConnell, Carl Anderson (emcee), & Randy Jurewicz. Seated (left to right) Barry Babcock, Rachel Tilseth (sponsor & organizer) & Melissa Tedrowe (sponsor & panelist).
Panel members; HSUS Wisconsin State Director Melissa Tedrowe; certified animal behaviorist Patricia McConnell, Ph.D.; Robert Mann, Ho-Chunk Nation Elder; Woodsman, environmentalist and author, Barry Babcock (who appears in the film); Randy Jurewicz, retired Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wolf Program Administrator, and emcee Carl Anderson.
There was a Q&A after the screening.
The panel members connected very well with the audience! This connection was evident in several ways; audience questions & comments, audience laughter, and keeping the audience’s attention for almost an hour’s time. This was a wonderful tribute to Wisconsin Wolf Awareness Week!
Pictured: Barry Babcock & Ian Whalan
Thank you to the Barrymore theatre for their continued support and for the full page ads they put out; Barrymore management, and staff for all your hard work in making the Wisconsin premiere of Medicine of the Wolf a success.
Thank you to WORT Eighty Nine FM Community Radio in Madison, Wisconsin for their promotion work that contributed to the success of this screening.
Audience at screening of “Medicine of the Wolf” at the historic Barrymore theatre in Madison Wisconsin on Wednesday October 19, 2016
Thank you to Ned Gannon for graciously lending your artistic talents by designing the “Keep The Wild” commemorative posters. Thank you Timothy Coburn for your generous support for funding the poster printing. Thank you Andy Reich for the graphic design work on the event invitation.
Thank you to Andrea Thalasinos for supporting the event with her novel “Fly By Night” along with Mystery to Me Bookstore’s advertising they would be selling books at the event.
Pictured: Barry Babcock, Ian Whalan & Andrea Thalasinos
Thank you to Barry Babcock & Andrea Thalasinos for donating their books for the raffle. Thank you Foxlights inventor, Ian Whalan, for supporting non lethal management of wolves with an informative booth at the screening.
Pictured Kevin Knipfer & Timothy Coburn
Thank you to our volunteers Mandy Mortimer, Kevin Knipfer, and LuAnn O’Dell.
Pictured: Julia Huffman
Special thank you goes out to Julia Huffman for the making of this remarkable film, and for donating signed DVDs for the raffle.
Thank you Humane Society of the United States for sponsoring the screening.
Pictured: Volunteer Mandy Mortimer photobombing Wisconsin HSUS state director Melissa Tedrowe
Here’s how you can view Medicine of the Wolf either online or purchase your copy www.medicineofthewolf.com
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
The Humane Society of the United States and Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin presents In celebration of Wisconsin Wolf Awareness Week
The Wisconsin Premiere of the award winning documentary film Medicine of the Wolf Produced and Directed by Julia Huffman
After the screening there will be a panel discussion and Q&A with:
HSUS Wisconsin State Director Melissa Tedrowe; certified animal behaviorist Patricia McConnell, Ph.D.; Robert Mann – Ho-Chunk Nation Elder; woodsman, environmentalist and author,Barry Babcock (who appears in the film); Randy Jurewicz, retired WI DNR Wolf Program Administrator, and emcee Carl Anderson.
Tickets: click on the following link: http://bit.ly/24FDUkL
$10.00 Advance/$12.00 Day Of Show
Advance tickets only available on-line and by phone at (608) 241-8633.
Wisconsin don’t miss this premiere screening of Medicine of the Wolf during Wolf Awareness Week on October 19th at 7 pm in Madison
About the following poster
This is the official commemorative poster for the MOTW screening in Madison Wisconsin and masterfully designed by artist Ned Gannon http://bit.ly/2aDsrRO
Commemorative posters will be given away at the event by our donor Timothy Jon Coburn. Thank you Tim!
Sponsors: Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin, Medicine of the Wolf & Humane Society of the United States.
Get Tickets: https://goo.gl/h9MgXM or call the Barrymore Theatre By phone at (608) 241-8633.
The following is from a post on Bonnie Raitt’s social media:
From BRHQ — Calling all supporters of wildlife in Wisconsin!
Please support the WI premier of Medicine of the Wolf at The Barrymore Theatre on October 19th!
In this important and moving film, documentarian Julia Huffman travels to Minnesota and into wolf country to pursue the deep intrinsic value of brother wolf and our forgotten promise to him. Questioning the rationale of wolf hunts, the film features captivating testimony from world renown environmentalist and National Geographic photographer, Jim Brandenburg!
Get tickets here: http://www.barrymorelive.com/tickets/1610194.html
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.
To stay up to date on Wisconsin’s premiere of Medicine of the Wolf official page, go to: Facebook
And thank you to www.wortfm.org radio for promoting the screening of Wisconsin’s Premiere of Medicine of the Wolf.
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