The Coyote: Yellowstone’s Underdog
: With the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone Park in 1995, coyotes went from top dog to underdog. Now the coyote must both depend upon the gray wolf, whose kills feed it through the winter, and defend against its vicious attacks.The Beast of Our Time
: The Beast of Our Time
is a fifty-years-in-the-making, visually stunning inquiry into the relationship between climate change and grizzly bears, narrated by one of America’s most respected storytellers, Jeff Bridges. Top scientists, advocates, authors, filmmakers, and poets have found that the fates of both grizzly bears and humans to be more interlinked than we ever suspected.
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Includes a Q&A with guest filmmakers Bob Landis and Brad Orsted.