Seaworld anyone? How 'bout next Thursday
“They’re an animal that possesses great spiritual power, not to be meddled with....”
Huffington Post media hit
Growing up, did your parents ever take you to one of those miserable theme parks?
Disney songs blarring, remember watching 8,000-pound orcas sail through the air. How unique?
Yet, it's no surprise accidents occurred & trainers died.
BLACKFISH explores the notion of Tilikum, who-taken from the wild-like many others before him lives in captivity.
How little we've learned from these highly intelligent fellow mammals.
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Informative and well scriptef
0 · July 19, 2013
Warner and fellow docX folks: don't forget that, while the event is free, you must make reservations at http://cinema.usc.edu/events/event.cfm?id=13645
Also, early arrival is usually necessary as many of the USC screenings fill to capacity. My recommendation is to get there by 6:15 or 6:30 at the latest.
Hope to see many of you there.
0 · July 11, 2013
Thanks Jules, updating the page to reflect link!
0 · July 15, 2013
Excellent to hear William; imagine being imprisoned in a small bathtub for 20 years. Thursday.
My wife and I support animal rights
1 · July 15, 2013
Thanks for catching this clip Jules...Looking forward to Thursday
0 · July 14, 2013
The final 15 minutes or so of last Friday's edition of KPCC's "Film Week" is an interview with director Gabriela Cowperthwaite and former killer whale trainer John Hargrove talking about their new documentary: http://www.scpr.org/programs/filmweek/2013/07/12/32696/filmweek-07-12-13-pacific-rim-grown-ups-2-the-hunt/
I found it an interesting introduction to the film.
1 · July 14, 2013
Looking forward to this screening, gang.....Re: directions, allow extra time to park (near USC campus) & locate venue.Shout out to Jules, who introduced me to this venue.
0 · July 10, 2013
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