Screening of the Wildlife Documentary 'Montréal Sauvage' with Film Director William Kraushaar

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 17:30to19:00
R2-045, Raymond Building - Macdonald Campus

Join us for a special film screening of the wildlife documentary 'Montréal Sauvage' and open Q&A with film director William Kraushaar! 

Film: French version with English subtitles. / Q&A: Bilingual

Popcorn and beverages will be provided by the McGill Pre-Vet Society.

This event is open to everyone.

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Film description:

"Barely 50km long from one end to the other, and covering less than 500km2, the island of Montreal is nonetheless Quebec's most populous region, with its 2 million residents. Despite this high concentration of people, rich and varied wildlife habitats are also found here, home to familiar and opportunistic animals that have found an advantageous niche for themselves among humans. But other local species remain largely unknown and are confined to the city's few remaining wild spaces, out of sight ; with Wild Montreal, discover a clandestine universe unfolding right under our noses!" 

Check out the film teaser!

William Kraushaar is a film-score composer passionate about our local fauna. Director of two animal documentaries, TITANS (2020) and Montréal Sauvage (2023), his goal is to make Quebecers discover some of their more unknown and unique animals.

This event is presented by the Office of Student Academic Services in collaboration with the McGill Pre-Vet Society.

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