These events are a great way to see the award-winning, LORDS OF NATURE, and learn about the vital role top predators play in our ecosystems and how people are learning to successfully co-exist with them.
Unless otherwise noted, screenings are open to the public and will be followed by a Q & A session with a panel of local experts to respond to audience questions. If you don't see a screening in your area and want to host one, email us <films at greenfireproductions dot org> and we'll get you started.
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Pigeon Forge, Tennessee - 5:30-7:30PM Lords of Nature will screen as part of the Wildlife Wilderness Week. Music Road Convention Center, 303 Henderson Chapel Road, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
Post-film panel includes Dr John Laundre, Vice President of Cougar Rewilding Foundation.
Filmmakers interview Yellowstone wolf biologist, Doug Smith. One of the most dramatic things scientists think wolves are affecting is the return of willows like this, which are a food source for animals like beavers and habitat for songbirds.
The Green Fire Behind the Filmmakers
Twenty-two years ago filmmakers Karen Anspacher-Meyer and Ralf Meyer began their quest, of engaging and motivating audiences on the day’s most pressing conservation issues. Read more...