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W H E R E H I S T O R I C I S C U T T I N G E D G E
Path of the Panther
Saturday, March 18 @ 7:3o PM (Doors 6:30 PM)
Q & A to follow with film director, Eric Bendick and Carlton Ward, Jr. Cinematographer and other guests!
Sunday, March 19 @ 2 PM (doors 1 PM)
Monday, March 20 @ 6:30 PM (doors 5:30 PM)
Drawn in by the haunting specter of the Florida panther, a wildlife photographer, veterinarians, ranchers, conservationists, and indigenous people find themselves on the front lines of an accelerating battle between forces of renewal and destruction that have pushed the Everglades to the brink of ecological collapse.
In a struggle resonating across the globe, the panther’s habitat has become an island. Its lush territory transformed into subdivisions. A paradise vanishing into thin air.
Perched on the edge of extinction, the panther is an emblem of our once connected world. A vision of what could be again. Or else, a harbinger of what could befall our planet, if the ‘Path of the Panther’ becomes a dead end.
General Admission Tickets
$6 Seniors/Students w/ photo ID/Veterans
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