Milking the Rhino w/ Director David E. Simpson. Movie followed by Q&A with film director. Before the screening, David E. Simpson will host a workshop as part of SUNY Oswego's "On Screen/In Person" program.
The Maasai tribe of Kenya and Namibia’s Himba — two of Earth’s oldest cattle cultures — are in the midst of upheaval. Emerging from a century of ‘white man conservation’ that turned their land into game reserves and fueled resentment towards wildlife, they are now vying for a piece of the wildlife-tourism pie. Charting the collision of ancient ways and western expectations, Milking the Rhino tells intimate, hopeful and heartbreaking stories of people facing deep cultural change.
TICKETS: Adults $7; Seniors $5; Students $3.50. Available from any campus box office or Oswego Cinema.
Room 20, Lanigan Hall. In conjunction with the film screening of Milking the Rhino, Director David E. Simpson offers insight into editing technique, 4:00-5:30 p.m. Participation by permission. Contact email@example.com
"On Screen/In Person" is a series of 6 films followed by a Q&A with the film director(s) or producer that has been organized by the SUNY Oswego’s Cinema and Screen Studies Program with support from ARTSwego and the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation. All On Screen/In Person screenings take place at Oswego Cinema on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 p.m.
Milking the Rhino will be featured in the first-ever Angkor Wat Film Festival in Cambodia! The inaugural film fest will screen 31 films over two days in Siam Reap, near the iconic 12th-century temple complex that gives the festival its name. The theme will be preserving culture and the environment.
Milking the Rhino will screen on Sunday, February 19, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Refrigerator Mothers airs tonight at 10pm in Chicago on WTTW11 PBS as part of their celebration of Kartemquin's 45th anniversary. Watch a new video introduction to the film from producers JJ Hanley and David E. Simpson on why they wanted to tell this story, and what they learned from looking into the history of "mother blame" connected to autism.
A special WTTW broadcast of Milking the Rhino, directed by David E. Simpson, in honor of Kartemquin's 45th anniversary.