Special film screening of 'Wolf' in Wageningen
Friday evening, September 23 at 7 pm, there will be a special film screening of 'Wolf' in the Heerenstraat theater in Wageningen. A unique opportunity to discuss the wolf in the Netherlands with the director of the film and animal ethicist Bernice Bovenkerk and researcher in human-animal relations Maarten Jacobs. How can wolves and humans live together? What is our perception of the wolf? Please note: the voice-over of the movie is in Dutch and the discussion before and after the screening will also be in Dutch.
You could not have missed it: the wolf is back in the Netherlands. This is peculiar since the wolf disappeared from the Netherlands 150 years ago. Filmmaker Cees van Kempen started filming before a pair of wolves had permanently settled in the Netherlands. The past four years Van Kempen and his team have spent more than 1,000 days in the forests of Germany and the Netherlands.
Matthijs van Nieuwkerk did the voice-over. Hugh Jansman, an animal ecologist at Wageningen Environmental Research, provided background information and images for the documentary.
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|19:10||Welcome by Hugh Jansman, zoologist|
|19:15||Wolf and man: how do they go together? How is the wolf experienced? Discussion with Maarten Jacobs (researcher human-animal relations) and Bernice Bovenkerk (animal ethicist)|
|19:25||Introduction director Cees van Kempen|
|19.30||Start film (without intermission)|
|21.00||Q&A with Cees, Bernice and Maarten|
|21.20 (at the latest)||Closure|
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