Wild Society Film Fest – Who Eats Who? Cascading Carnivores

This event took place on May 1, 2019

$5–15 sliding scale ($5 increments)

No one turned away for lack of funds.


** TeenTix Teen Night: Show your TeenTix Pass at the door to get a free popcorn! **

Three local naturalists, several short documentaries, and one live raptor! Join Wild Society for their 4th annual film fest to explore the beauties, challenges, and connections of meat-eating organisms around the world. Wolves, snow leopards, bears, yes—but also orcas, deep sea jellies, and Venus fly-traps!

Event is all ages, family-friendly, and sliding scale $5–15 with donations at the door encouraged. Funds will benefit Wild Society programming and Northwest Film Forum. All are welcome to attend.

Films in this program:

Living with Snow Leopards” by Gayle Podrabsky
Diet Secrets of the Deep and Fathomous” by Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
True Facts: Carnivorous Plants” by Ze Frank
“An Eels Journey” by BRIKK
“Carnivores” by Gaëtan Borde
“Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others” by Biointeractive
“Venom: Killer and Cure” by Beakus
“How Wolves Change Rivers” by George Monbiot


Fawn Harris, Westsound Wildlife Shelter (bringing a live raptor wildlife ambassador!)
Gayle Podrabsky, Snow Leopard Trust
Howard Garrett, Orca Network

About Wild Society:

Wild Society is a wilderness education nonprofit based in western Washington that provides weeklong backcountry hikes, a year-round adventure naturalist program, and all-ages community events.

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Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave,

Seattle, WA 98122

206 329 2629

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