Films on Wolves
''Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.' --Malcolm S. Forbes
TWolves are like in motion and going beyond text. Video is i mportant as text. And these titles about Wolves are no exception.
Keep in mind, not all the information herein is a reflection of views on this site.
Wolves at our Door
Living With Wolves
Nature: White Falcon White Wolf
(Copyright 2008 Pbs.org)
Our review on this great program on a lost Arctic Wolf who must find her packmates, as well as other creatures that lead interesting lives. Click on the photo from the official website of the program to learn more about it. And you can purchase it by reading the review.
Arashi No Yoruni
This is a film from Japan that was recently released to DVD.
It is a film about a Wolf named Gabu and a Goat named Mei who
meet at a barn. Their races aren't friends with one another
but Gabu and Mei become fast friends. What is in store for them?
Find out in this excellent film for all ages.
Get the Hong Kong version of this film to watch it on even a region 1 DVD player.
When the end of the world is near, the gates to Paradise are
opened. With the world coming close to an end, the only ones
who can enter this place are Wolves. The Wolves are extinct
because of Humans destroying them all but the last four Wolves
who are left must enter Paradise, or die trying. An exciting show
that shows the trials and tribulations of Wolf and Human alike.
Ashitaka in an ancient land must figure out why the local wild
denziens are becoming demons and protect the humans at the same time.
Wolf Princess San must find a way to protect the wild from devastation.
When the cause of the world's devastation by demonic forces is clear, both Human
and Wild alike must set aside their differences to save the world. It shows
many of the problems that Humans have with nature and within themselves and
the film shows Wild's struggle to survive not just against Humanity but other
forces as well.
Never Cry Wolf
A film based on the book by Farley Mowat. It is about a biologist
who is enlisted by the Canadian Government to study Wolves in order to better
destroy Wolves. Seeing Wolves in the flesh and learning about what
they truly are, he rebels against his superiors.
[It is interesting to note that although Disney helped make this film, they would later portray Wolves as evil in Beauty and The Beast as well as The Chronicles of Narnia]
RINGING BELL REVIEW
Ringing Bell is a film that
came out in 1978 in Japan.
The original title is,
Chirin no Suzu.
It was made by the company
Sanrio, which made the films
Unico and The Sea Prince
and the Fire. They also are
the creators of the Hello Kitty
It's about the Goat Chirin who makes a friendship with a Wolf. Once could consider it the predecessor to Stormy Night.
'WhCopyright 2009 Heart of the Wolf