"Sisters of the Savannah" produced Mark and Caitlin Starowicz, world premiere screening at the 2018 WCFF in New York, NY at the Cinema Village Theater on Wednesday, October 24. Seating is limited, get advanced,discount tickets before it sells out: brownpapertickets.com/event/3590064
SYNOPSIS: We used to think the wilderness is ruled by males-but this documentary journeys to the African Savannah to reveal a very different story, Sisters of the Savannah is a compelling, intimate portrait of three animal families where it is the females that rule and mother who knows best. We enter the lives of fierce lions, majestic elephants and regal baboons who form sisterhoods to raise their families. Lions, elephants and baboons are matriarchs that are female-centrist in different ways, for different reasons. "Sisters of the Savannah is a character-driven story- the "days of our lives" of these families, with individual characters whose challenges we follow: the Ol Dikidiki pride of lionesses raising their 11 cubs, Donatella, the elephant grandmother who leads her family to safety from gunshots, and baby Rijeka, the baboon princess.
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