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SHE WALKS WITH APES, a new feature-length film featuring the world’s foremost expert on chimpanzees, Jane Goodall, and narrated by two-time Golden Globe Award winner, Canadian actress, Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) tells the remarkable story of the “Trimates;” three pioneering women who went into the jungles of Africa and Borneo to live with humanity’s closest cousins, the Great Apes. The two-hour special kicks off the 59th season of CBC’s The Nature of Things on Friday, September 20 at 8 pm ET (8:30 NT). Filmed in stunning in 4K, the documentary is a fresh take on Jane Goodall’s early years living with the chimpanzees, and also reveals rarely seen images of Dian Fossey, the legendary scientist who was murdered while working with the mountain gorillas of Rwanda. SHE WALKS WITH APES also gives due credit to the third pioneering woman, Canadian Biruté Galdikas, who went to live among the orangutans of Borneo 50 years ago and is still there today.  All three women made history and became pioneers of the global conservation movement today. The film also goes beyond legend and follows a new generation of young women including two Canadians, Julia Badescu and Ruth Linsky, and Rwandan Nadia Niyonizeye, who were so inspired by these trailblazers that they decided to follow in their footsteps, and live among the Great Apes.


Exclusive sneak peek of She Walks With Apes featuring Jane Goodall. Following the screening, there will be a Q&A with directors Caitlin Starowicz and Mark Starowicz, and  Primatologist Dr. Julia Badescu, who is featured in the film

Doors open – 7pm

Opening remarks and screening – 7:30 to 9:00 pm

Q&A – 9:00 to 9:30 pm

***Please note: This event is sold out, however, there will be a rush line set up outside of the Royal Cinema the evening of the event. If all ticket holders are not checked in by the event start time, their tickets will be released to the members of the rush line on a first come, first serve basis.***

Upcoming Screenings:

None Currently Scheduled