Bold Native

Premiere Guelph screening of Bold Native, a fiction film about the Animal
Liberation Front

Monday January 24, 7pm
Ed Video, 40 Baker St.  Wheelchair accessible

Featuring presentations afterwards by Sara Falconer and Aric McBay. Pay
What You Can, Fundraiser for legal fees for the Hanlon Creek 5 and G20


Sara Falconer works with Toronto Anarchist Black Cross, the Certain Days
Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar, and 4StruggleMag. Sara will be
talking about supporting North American political prisoners in our
everyday work.

Aric McBay is a small-scale organic farmer, activist, and co-author with
Lierre Keith and Derrick Jensen of the upcoming Deep Green Resistance:
Strategy to Save the Planet. Aric will be talking about building a safe
culture of resistance, and the real-life political repression represented
in the film.

Bold Native features several underground animal liberators trying to
organize a nationwide action, while the FBI hunts them on charges of
domestic terrorism. The film’s cast includes real-life liberated animals,
lawyers, a former ALF prisoner, and direct action footage. It explores the
debate between bigger cages or total freedom, the reasons people take bold
actions, human use of animals, and anti-terrorist legislation targeting
environmental and animal rights activists.