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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 a Cat chronicles our Furs for Life project to halt the alarming decline in southern Africa’s leopard populations due to a widespread skin trade. The screening starts at 8 p.m. at Cinema Village Theater, 22 E. 12th St. and University Place, New York, NY, followed by the talk. Buy your tickets in advance for $18 or at the door for $30 here: http://bit.ly/2yxAiLO. Learn more about Furs for Life: http://bit.ly/2vDL9SQ. And check out a trailer of the film at http://www.toskinacat.org/.

via: Panthera.

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