Westminster and Big Ben

Lions Bones and Bullets had it's first UK public screening to an invited audience at the House of Commons on Tuesday, 28 June. The Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting had asked permission to screen the film to an invited audience including His Excellency Sir Seretse Khama, Sir Roger Gale, Eduardo Goncalves, Rory Cantwell, Peter Egan, MPs, press, campaigners, and friends.

The 'Campaign' requested to screen the film, and for Richard to appear, in support of a Bill being introduced into the UK Parliament which seeks to ban the import into UK of animal trophies. Campaign chair, Eduardo Goncalves, introduced Richard who introduced the film and did a Questions and Asnswers session afterwards. With no agenda this film sought to investigate lion farming in South Africa, after watching it an MP commented to Richard:  "Well done, I had no idea, your film must be seen by as many people as possible, and this lion breeding should be stopped".

The film's distributors, Off the Fence, are now in talks with TV networks around the world discussing broadcasts.

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