Big screen premiere of Grasslands, a documentary by Gemini Award-winning filmaker Ian Toews
This stunning new documentary shot with an Arri Alexa, the state-of-the-art 4k camera, brings the sights and sounds of the wild prairie to the screen. Greater Sage-Grouse on the lek, bison moving in every season through miles of native grass, the full-length documentary was filmed primarily in Saskatchewan’s Grasslands National Park, but includes footage from other grasslands locations in Alberta, Montana, and North Dakota.
7:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Royal Saskatchewan Museum Auditorium, Regina
Trevor Herriot, one of many grassland advocates featured in the documentary, will introduce the film.
This event is co-sponsored by Public Pastures-Public Interest and Friends of the Museum
Admission: $10 and there will also be a collection to raise funds for the grassland conservation work of Public Pastures-Public Interest
Website for the film www.grasslandsdocumentary.com