Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom by Joseph V. Brown
Milwaukee (Milwaukee Premiere)
Running Time: 12 minutes
Screening Time: Saturday, September 8th 6:45pm Juried
"Operation Wolf Patrol: Poacher's Kingdom" is a short documentary that focuses on the controversial group "Wolf Patrol." The film follows Rod Coronado, Wolf Patrol's leader, as he endeavors to raise awareness about wolf poaching in Northern, Wisconsin. The film also treats the issue of WI's new "Hunter Harassment" law– a law that makes it illegal to take photos of hunters on public lands. The film should not be confused with the 2016 "Operation Wolf Patrol: Wisconsin Wildlife Issues."
Joe Brown is a filmmaker and educator currently based at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI, where he runs the Great Lakes Environmental Film Festival (GLEFF). His documentary work has screened at: The Wild & Scenic Film Festival; New Filmmakers, New York; the Birmingham Sidewalk Festival; the Dallas International Film Festival, and many more venues. Brown holds both a MFA and a MA in video production and currently sits on the board of the University Film & Video Association.