News from our producing partner SHOT IN THE DARK, they've put together an amazing night for the premiere of Camera Trap - what better way to share the film than with an event to bring people together on the issues faced by the Porcupine Caribou herd:
Spend the evening with filmmakers, photographers and Gwich’in speakers to celebrate the Porcupine Caribou herd and raise awareness about the current challenges it faces under the Trump administration.
The event will feature the Yukon premiere of “Camera Trap” a new documentary by filmmaker Marty O’Brien about wilderness photographer Peter Mather and his quest to get the ultimate Porcupine caribou photo.
Peter Mather will also present his photo essay “Caribou People” based on 10 years of working with and photographing the people who live within the herd’s range featured at Washington D.C.’s WildSpeak Festival. Other presenters include representatives from the Yukon’s Gwich’in community who will discuss the threat the US government poses to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and what opening up the area means for the caribou and for their own survival.
An art sale and other activities to raise funds to support the advocacy work of the Gwich'in will also be at the event.