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2013 Friends of Wildlife Film Festival

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The Friends of Wildlife Film Festival is a two-day, family friendly event with award winning international films, panel discussions, activities for kids, a bat cave, and presentations by wildlife conservationists.


The event is free but you are asked to make a recommended donation for film tickets. Your donation will help cover the cost of the event. Any proceeds exceeding the cost of the event will go directly to feed the animals at Carolina Tiger Rescue.




Saturday, Dec 7, 12:30-10:00 PM
Sunday, Dec 8, 12:30-7:00 PM
Full Frame Theater
In the center of American Tobacco Campus
318 Blackwell Street, Durham, NC


2013 Friends of Wildlife Film Festival Flyer


Saturday, December 7th

Film Blocks - Full Frame Theatre

Lobby

My Pantanal

1:00 pm TICKETS
Tickets available at the event

Family Friendly     

Deadly Mission: Madagascar

Anna, Emma, and the Condors



Birds of Prey
Learn about birds of prey from the Piedmont Wildlife Center

12:30 pm - 3:00 pm





Children's Film Project
The People's Channel invites kids to be film critics


2:00 pm - 5:00 pm





Red Wolf Project
Learn about red wolves in NC from the Red Wolf Coalition

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm





Bat Cave
Ongoing screening of:

Snakes in a Cave

Whiteout



12:30 pm - 7:00 pm



One Life

2:20 pm TICKETS
Tickets available at the event

Family Friendly     


Watch Trailer

The Condor's Shadow


4:00 pm TICKETS
Tickets available at the event

The White Tiger: Myth and Reality


My Life as a Turkey

Radioactive Wolves

6:25 pm TICKETS
Tickets available at the event

Global Tiger Initiative


Wild Things


Followed by a discussion on red wolf conservation in North Carolina led by the Red Wolf Coalition

Battle for the Elephants

8:25 pm TICKETS
Tickets available at the event

Hidden Rivers of Southern Appalachia


Pride


The Ark




Sunday, December 8th

Film Blocks - Full Frame Theatre

Lobby

Animal Beatbox


1:00 pm TICKETS
Tickets available at the event

Family Friendly     

African Cats



Children's Film Project
The People's Channel invites kids to be film critics

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm



Panel: Tigers in Crisis
Carolina Tiger staff discuss tiger endangerment. What's being done?

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm



Making Toys for Tigers

12:30 pm - 5:15 pm







Bat Cave
Ongoing screening of:

Snakes in a Cave

Whiteout



12:30 pm - 7:00 pm



American Tiger

2:45 pmTICKETS
Tickets available at the event

Stop Wildlife Crime - Tigers

Broken Tail


Followed by a panel discussion about the state of tigers and what is being done to help them

On a River in Ireland

5:00 pm TICKETS
Tickets available at the event

Aria's Rescue

Africa: The Future