PAL is proud to announce a free public screening  screening of the acclaimed film BLOODLIONS on 19th October 2017 at Oxford Brookes University in conjunction with the Oxford Brookes University Documentary Club.


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Blood Lions is a feature length documentary that exposes the truth behind the multi-million dollar lion hunting and breeding industry in South Africa. It follows acclaimed environmental journalist and safari operator Ian Michler, and Rick Swazey, an American hunter, on their journey to uncover the realities about the predator breeding and canned lion hunting industries in South Africa.

It is a story that blows the lid off claims made by these operators in attempting to justify what they do. Last year alone over 800 captive lions were shot in South Africa, mostly by wealthy international hunters under conditions that are anything but sporting.

Ian has been following this story since 1999, and he goes onto the breeding farms to witness the impacts that decades of intensive breeding is having on the captive lions and other predators.

Blood Lions is a compelling call to action and shows how you can get involved in a global campaign to stop lions being bred for the bullet.

The screening of Blood Lions will take place at 1900 in the John Henry Brookes Lecture Theatre, Headington Campus, London Road, Oxford.

Food and drink will be available before the screening.

The Global White Lion Protection Trust shall be joining us.

The format of the event will be the Blood Lions screening followed by a Question and Answer session with key members of Protecting African Lions, the University and International Aid for the Protection and Welfare of Animals (IAPWA).

We can confirm Beth Jennings from Claws Out & IAPWA and Professor Stewart Thompson (Professor in Biodiversity Conservation) will be joining us for the event!! Further guests to be confirmed.

We look forward to seeing you on the night.
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