Recent news of a Connecticut woman brutally attacked by her neighbor's 200 pound "pet" chimpanzee is only the latest case of a captive wild animal gone "bad." Rolling River Films is pleased to announce the WORLD PREMIERE of The Tiger Next Door –a feature documentary that deals head-on with the issue of captive-bred wild animals kept by private individuals.
The Tiger Next Door tells the startling story of one man has been breeding and selling tigers from his backyard for over 15 years. His great dream is to breed a stripeless white tiger – but at what cost to the animals, and at what risk to the community?
WORLD PREMIERE HOT DOCS 2009 Toronto, Canada
Friday, May 8th 10 pm Royal Cinema (608 College St)
Sunday, May 10th 1:30 pm Bloor Cinema (506 Bloor St)
Please tell your friends about the film by forwarding this email (especially if they live in Toronto) and ask them to subscribe to our mailing list so we can keep them posted about the film. The film is premiering in Canada but we hope to have US screenings during the next six months.
If a friend sent you this email please SUBSCRIBE to our list (at the very bottom of this page) so we can keep you updated re screenings and broadcasts of the film.
Please >>>> CLICK HERE to give the film some buzz on the HOT DOCS buzzmeter.
PS. A TAX DEDUCTIBLE contribution of any size would be a great help in distribution of the film. We are sharing the film for free with animal welfare organizations but to reach the larger general public we need to spend money on various kinds of promotion. To make a tax deductible contribution by credit card click here or you can mail a check. See below for instructions.
This is easy but a bit slow… click the yellow link above and then wait an annoyingly long time for The Tiger Next Door listing to come to the top of the page– it will load eventually. If its taking too long you can also just scroll down on the page as its loading and find it under "T." The form will look like you are making a purchase but it is a donation. Any size donation is greatly appreciated. Contributions of over $250 will be acknowledged w a letter.
Of course we welcome TAX DEDUCTIBLE contributions by check as well made out to:
Women Make Movies Inc.
PO Box 221
Tarrytown, NY 10591
If you are Canadian and cant use a US Tax credit please make contribution out to:
Rolling River Films, Inc.
PO Box 221
Tarrytown, NY 10591)
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an Educational Sanctuary home
to more than 100 big cats
12802 Easy Street Tampa, FL 33625
813.493.4564 fax 885.4457
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