The reviews are in and we could not be more proud!! Join us staring tomorrow in NYC Quad cinema for special Q&A screenings “Mind-Bending. The next BLACKFISH.” - Los Angeles Times "Trophy couldn't be more timely or more important to watch on the subject of wildlife conservation — even as it vexes our minds and assails our hearts. We can't afford to turn our gaze away." - NPR “Stunning documentary… Jaw-droppingly beautiful…Trophy tells a story of man versus beast, which is really the story of humankind.” - Grade A - Indiewire "Will enrage, enlighten and confound in equal measure.." - VARIETY
Philip Glass pets a lion he had just shot as a trophy in Zambizi valley, Zimbabwe. Can hunting ever help conservation? Or are these just disgusting excuses for people to kill majestic creatures? Trophy the film opens in quad cinema in New York. "Will enrage, enlighten and confound in equal measure" - Variety magazine. New York tickets on sell now via fandango(link in profile), nation wide soon.
A dehorned rhino and it's calf at the worlds largest private rhino breeding farm. If legalizing the trade in rhino horn was a way to save the species, are you willing ethically to live with it? Endangered African species like elephants, rhinos and lions march closer to extinction each year. Their devastating decline is fueled in part by a global desire to consume these majestic animals. @trophythefilm is a new documentary exploring the evolving relationship between big-game hunting and wildlife conservation that sparks debate around what is right, what is wrong, and what is necessary in order to save the great species of the world from extinction. In theaters September 8th.
Do you love animals? Are you willing to consider every way there is to save them? After more than three years in the making, my film Trophy is here! Poster and trailer now up, in theaters in the US September 8th. Follow us on @trophythefilm