Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Speak for Wolves presents: Medicine of the Wolf Screening

Speak for Wolves: Yellowstone 2014

With the holidays upon us, we wanted to share some very exciting news with you! The award winning film Medicine of the Wolf will be screened on Friday July 15, 2016 to open up the 3rd Annual Speak for Wolves . The screening will take place in the historic Union Pacific Dining Lodge of fabulous West Yellowstone, Montana. The Friday evening film will be followed by a question and answer session. Time of film screening to be announced.

Speak for Wolves presents:
Medicine of the Wolf Screening

Medicine of the Wolf takes us on a journey to "Wolf Country" of northern Minnesota where Director Julia Huffman, and world-renowned photographer Jim Brandenburg, explore the storied human perception of wolves, and how it has evolved over the centuries. This 75-minute exploration of gray wolves in the Western Great Lakes, and other areas in the United States, examines individual wolf traits, wolf family dynamics, wolf habitat, and the crucial roles wolves play on the landscape. Medicine of the Wolf is a voice for humility, understanding, compassion, and courage.
The film recently had its world premiere at the St. Paul Minnesota International Film Festival, where it won the "Best Of" and "Audience Choice Award." It also took home the top honor of the "Grand Jury Prize" at the Arizona International Film Festival as well as winning the "Audience Choice Award" at the G2 Green Earth Film Festival in Venice CA. Medicine of the Wolf also won the 1st place grant for "Animal Content in Entertainment Award" from the Humane Society of the United States.
We hope you can join us July 15-17, 2016 for this family-friendly, wildlife education event in West Yellowstone, Montana! Films, music, arts, food, and guest speakers will be part of the program. More details announced soon.
Speak for Wolves is an opportunity for the American people to unite, demand wildlife management reform and restore our national heritage.
For wolves and everything wild,
Brett Haverstick