Lion King
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Leaders of traditional healers and elders groups will view Lions, Bones & Bullets at Cape Town's prestigious Labia Theatre. The film screening, organised by Linda Tucker of Global White Lion Protection Trust and Peter Eastwood of the Tanglewood Foundation, is part of a Lions, Bones & Bullets screening rollout to various stakeholders in this sector, advocating the protection of lions from use in traditional medicine and in the nations developing conservation legislation. As part of the process, traditional leaders in South Africa mourn the loss of wildlife this month of Leo, and the film is being positioned as a tool for solution-based discussions. 

The film's mainstream distributors, Off the Fence, have signed the first broadcast contracts in multiple European territories. They are prioritising broadcasts in Southern Africa and across the continent to aid local campaigners fighting for improved conservation laws. We will confirm the broadcast premieres as soon as they can go public.

In late June, the Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting (CBTH) organised a successful screening of Lions, Bones & Bullets to MPs and others in the UK Parliament in support of a Bill to Ban Trophy Hunting imports which will come before Westminster MPs in November.

In addition to private screenings of the film's 73-minute 'Feature Cut' and the 52-minute 'Broadcast Cut,' we encourage campaigners to also make use of the film's eight-minute 'Conference Cut', which is also available on application. 

Our educational distributors Collective Eye, have confirmed the first activity in this area ahead of their official release on August 30th to this sector.

Eduardo Goncalves of CBTH is touring the UK this summer with a mobile cinema as part of his activities supporting the Bill which will go before UK MPs in November. Lions, Bones & Bullets will be part of this unique roadshow, and Richard has volunteered to be present and support these screenings whenever possible. Panthera Africa Big Cat Sanctuary is hosting an exclusive screening on December 15th at the Whale Coast Mall Theatre in Hermanus, South Africa.

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