HUGE SUCCESS FILMING ‘HOW WILL WOLVES SURVIVE?’ AS WOLVES TIMBER AND AURORA SELL OUT TOURS, HELP SMASH GUINNESS RECORD FOR ‘MOST PEOPLE WOLF HOWLING’ AND APPEAR IN ‘MAHEKAN’ MUSIC VIDEO WITH MOODY X 2.
Drumheller, Alberta, Canada: President of Starland Studios Matthew Todd Paproski says “we have just returned from an intense two-week journey with wolves Timber and Aurora to Thompson, Manitoba and declare our filming stock footage for ‘How Will Wolves Survive?’ incredibly successful. Footage filmed is intended for use in a feature documentary film, TV specials, web series, social media and music video.
This documentary is about ten years raising Timber and Aurora since rescuing them from a game hunting farm until now becoming the ambassadors for Thompson, Wolf Capital of the World. They just appeared as featured guests of Wolf Week during AuroraFest Canada150 celebrations held in Thompson in which 60 groups averaging 15 people each were taken on guided educational tours to meet and howl with them.
HUGE NEWS is at 3pm on September 21st Timber and Aurora also helped Thompson smash Guinness World Record for ‘Most People Wolf Howling’ with 2,033 people standing in the shape of a wolf on a ballfield howling. Footage at https://youtu.be/ZGKOa1dhRL8 was Video of the Week with Canadian Geographic. Evidence is being submitted to Guinness for confirmation it is a new world record. It breaks record of 803 made July 1st in Niagara Falls and attempt by 1,003 on Sept. 30th in Wolverhampton, UK.
As well, new Manitoba Grand Chief Arlen Dumas gave a candid interview stating: “Wolves will survive if we leave them alone” and makes a cameo appearance in headdress howling on location with the wolves in a music video for song ‘Mahekan’ by recording artists Moody X 2. Young Cree women Natashia and Alexandria Moodie sing how like wolves, people are “stronger together than apart”. Their struggles in life are compared to lives of two wolves. Produced by Chris Burke-Gaffney (known for developing Chantal Kreviazuk), Moody X 2 intend on releasing the video with song on a new album in time for 2018 Junos.
Their song Mahekan (Wolf) was updated to be a theme song on soundtrack of How Will Wolves Survive?
Appearances: Moody X 2; Natashia, Alexandria and Llewelynne Moodie
Recording artist Don Amero
Manitoba Grand Chief Arlen Dumas
Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation Councillor Bonnie Linklater
Ma-Mow-We-Tak Friendship Centre Program Coordinator, Katie Nachbaur
Cree elder Ilse Clements and artist Pat Bruderer
Manitoba Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) Kelly Bindle
Manitoba, Northern Director of Conservation, Darryl Hedman
Thompson Mayor Dennis Fenske and Councillor Penny Byer
President of the Thompson Chamber of Commerce, Raj Thelthy
President of the Thompson Humane Society, Oswald Sawh
Clients: President of Spirit Way Inc., Marion Morberg
Project Coordinator of Spirit Way Inc., Volker Beckmann
President of Boreal Discovery Centre, Keith MacDonald
Thanks: Meridian Hotel, Lakeview Inn, Music Makers/Smitty and Wendy, Robert Kulhawy
Crew: Laura Dougan, Cynthia Wohlberg, Robin Gladden, Sean Kerr, Ed Duhn
Support: Jon Harnish, Dennis Foley, Al Meston, Simon Theriault, Peggie and Ted Ginger
Matthew Todd Paproski is filmmaker of international TV specials Fire Attack with host William Shatner and Cougar Crossings with music by David Bowie; host of TV series Wildlife Wranglers in Canada, Europe, Russia, Africa, Israel and the Middle East; & founder of Starland Studios in Drumheller, Alberta.
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