Screen/Society--"Among Wolves" + Q&A w/ filmmaker Shawn Convey [rescheduled from 9/16]
[**RESCHEDULED SCREENING** - originally scheduled for Sunday, 9/16, but that screening date was canceled due to weather]
(Shawn Convey, 2016, 87 min, USA/Germany/Bosnia and Herzegovina, Color, DCP)
-- Q&A to follow w/ director Shawn Convey
Among Wolves is an observational documentary film about those who struggle to heal long after war’s end. The Wolves are a rare breed, a multi-ethnic motorcycle club led by Bosnian War veterans. In the mountains where they once fought, they now defend the threatened herd of wild horses with whom they once shared the front line. Since the war, a harsh environment, poachers, and urbanization have threatened the herd. Stirred by their spirit of survival, the Wolves fight for them and organize ever more ambitious humanitarian efforts for their town and region. In helping others, they discover a new kind of freedom. In working together, they get ever closer to controlling their own fate and finally emerging from the shadow of war.
Sponsored by the Department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies (AAHVS) Visiting Artist Program and the Program in the Arts of the Moving Image (AMI)
Screen/Society screenings are free and open to the public.
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