Author Archives: Nicola Gerrard

2017 Wildlife Conservation Film Festival – New York

Join us this Monday at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, where Panthera’s documentary To Skin a Cat will make its New York premiere and Panthera President Dr. Luke Hunter will participate in a Q&A session. Awarded Best Wildlife Crime Film by the festival, To Skin…

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Cape Town Premiere – Tickets Available!

NEWS: Tickets are now on sale for the Cape Town screenings of To Skin A Cat! Venue: The Labia Theatre Dates: 14th October 2016 – 18H30 15th October 2016 – 18H30 16th October 2016 – 18H30 Ticket link:

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To Skin A Cat – Cape Town Premiere

Cape Town – this one is for you! Please join us for three screenings of “To Skin A Cat” at The Labia Theatre on the following dates: 14th October 2016 – 18H30 (Directors & Leopard Researcher in attendance) 15th October 2016 – 18H30 (Directors & Leopard…

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To Skin A Cat – Johannesburg Premiere

After an incredibly successful run at the Durban International Film Festival, To Skin A Cat premiered in Johannesburg at the end of August. We were very graciously hostd by The Bioscope Independent Cinema situated in The Maboneng Precinct. All attendees were welcomed with a glass of…

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To Skin A Cat to premiere in Johannesburg in August

After three sold out screenings at The Durban International Film Festival, we are very excited to bring the film to Johannesburg. The premiere of the film will be screened at The Bioscope on Friday the 26th of August at 19:30 and Saturday the 27th of August at 20:00. The…

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To Skin A Cat International Premiere

Saturday the 18th of June 2016, saw the International Premiere of To Skin A Cat on home ground at the Durban International Film Festival. This project totalled six years in the making and the team was overwhelmed by a full house and standing ovation at the…

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To Skin a Cat international premiere at the Durban International Film Festival 2016

An epic six year film making journey will culminate with the premiere of To Skin a Cat at the Durban International Film Festival. This groundbreaking documentary follows leopard conservationist Tristan Dickerson (Panthera’s Furs For Life Leopard Program Manager) on his mission to halt the alarming decline in leopard populations.  In the last three…

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