Never Cry Wolf
April 14 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Research scientist Tyler (Charles Martin Smith) is sent to the desolate Canadian tundra to find out whether the local wolf population is responsible for decimating Canada’s caribou herds. Helped by Ootek (Zachary Ittimangnaq), a local Inuit native, Farley manages to establish an observation post and, while braving the harsh climate, begins to study a family of wolves, as well as the caribou. He eventually determines that the greatest danger to the caribou doesn’t move on four legs.
The film is an adaptation of Farley Mowat’s 1963 autobiography of the same name. The film has been credited as being responsible for the establishment of Touchstone Pictures, which was created by the Walt Disney Studios a year after the film’s release. In the early 1980s, Walt Disney Pictures, under the guidance of Walt Disney’s son-in-law Ron W. Miller, was experimenting with more mature plot material in its films, drawing controversy regarding its traditional family-friendly image being affected.
On line registration is now closed for this event. If you are not a RiverArts Film Society member, you may make your suggested donation at the door.