Monday, October 25 at 7PM
FREE! Donations appreciated.
DOORS OPEN AT 6:30PM — McHenry County College, 8900 US Highway 14, Crystal Lake
Rodney Stotts is one of only a handful of African American falconers in the country, and a local celebrity of sorts. He’s also a former drug dealer, inmate, single father, drive-by-shooting victim, and survivor of the crack epidemic in Southeast, Washington DC- the most dangerous neighborhood in what was then the murder capital of the U.S. A self-proclaimed animal junkie, Rodney has relied on the healing power of nature throughout his life. In this intimate portrait, we join him over four years as he shares his passion for falconry and raptor rehabilitation.
ABOUT GREEN SCREEN FILM SERIES
Green Screen Environmental Documentary Film Series – Thought-provoking, inspiring, and educational, our film series will remind us all why we do what we do. Some will have a global focus, while others will feature issues connected more to the local scene. A short discussion will follow each movie. Panelists will be invited to participate for some films.