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OBU Documentary Club: BLOOD LIONS - Followed by a panel discussion

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John Henry Brookes Lecture Theatre

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SCREENING AND Q&A


Country: South Africa

Year: 2015

Filmmaker: Directors - Nick Chevallier and Bruce Young.

Producers - Pippa Hankinson and Jeremy Nathan

Runtime: N/A

Language: English

BBFC: N/A

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Overview /Sypnosis

This investigative documentary will follow the story of a renowned wildlife journalist, and his 15-year long journey to uncover the truth behind canned lion hunting in South Africa. In his brave and tenacious attempts to re-trace his footsteps, he is confronted with his own emotions about this horrific industry.


Post screening, guests will be able to ask the panel questions relating to the canned lion hunting industry in South Africa and the wider implications of volunteering to do conservation work out there.

Beth Jennings, is a student who experienced the violent side of the industry. Beth runs Claws Out blog which was started post her experiences in South Africa. She is also affiliated to International Aid for the Protection and Welfare of Animals (IAPWA)

Steve Travis - Global president of Protecting African Lions, lobbying governments internationally to ban imports of trophies from hunts and to outlaw canned hunting. Steve is the Originator of Ceils Law, which is being used to drive the protection of lions.

Stewart Thompson is a Professor in Biodivesity Conservation, Department of Biological & Medical Sciences, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences.



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No food is allowed in the JHB Lecture Theatre, however we have 10% off discount vouchers to be used at Cafe Central (open until 8pm) that you can enjoy prior to the start of the event. These will be available from the registration desk at the entrance of the JHB Lecture Theatre.

After the event:

You are welcome to join us for a drink and social discussion at the Brookes Union Bar.


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