Kamchatka, the most easterly region of Russia, a little miracle with
huge implications is in the works. Considered by many to be the most
dangerous animal in the world the grizzly bear, an endangered species,
finds a protector and defender in Canadian conservationist, Charlie
Russell. As a surrogate mother he struggles to reintroduce orphaned
cubs to the wild against the backdrop of a dramatic landscape filled
with lurking predators and poachers. Filmed in the course of a year,
this relationship is bound to fill you with awe and sure to win your
hearts and minds.
and Sue Turner are a Canadian husband and wife wildlife filmmaking team
that have been making films professionally for the past 20 years. They
have written, directed, produced and photographed more than twenty
films in that time and have won numerous awards including a British
Academy Award Nomination. Jeff and Sue have a strong connection to
bears, having produced six different films on bears since 1991.
Charlie Russell will be in attendance at the screening to answer questions from the audience.