Marrying of hunters and non-hunters. In 2019 everyone is free to have an opinion but what that means is more than just voicing yours, it’s rather listening to the opposite sides viewpoints. This goes for both hunters and non-hunters, however, it seems as hunters we opposed or misjudged more often than not. Many non-hunters are don’t have a full understanding of the tradition of why hunters hunt. Instead, non-hunters want to pretend that an animals meat or offerings somehow spontaneously make it to the table. In 2019, nothing draws more attention and animosity then hunting and animal rights activism. Which is why acclaimed writer Steven Rinella and Zero Point Zero Productions created the documentary feature, “Stars In The Sky.” In hopes to mend the misunderstanding of why we hunt and begin to teach the value of this tradition and hobby so many men, women, and children love.
Who is Steven Rinella –
When it comes to finding an individual who can bridge the gap between hunters and non-hunters. There is no one better than Steven Rinella. He grew up in Michigan hunting and fishing with his brothers and family. This early childhood tradition and passion led him West. Here he would make his career about hunting, fishing, cooking, and conservation through the medium of writing, guest speaking, podcasting, and blogging.
Steven Rinella is a very recognized figure in the outdoor industry of hunting and fishing. He was the television host of The Wild Within on the Travel Channel. However, his most current television series is called MeatEater which airs on Netflix. If you have never seen the show but saw a trailer or description of the show you would think it’s just another hunting show. However, this is far from the truth, after you begin to watch an episode or even a season you begin to understand Steven’s passion for educating hunters and non-hunters about what it means to hunt.
Steven has tremendous respect for North American wildlife. He allows viewers to join him on his hunts in Alaska, Wisconsin, Arizona, Wyoming, and many others in hopes to teach the value of hunting. The 23-minute episodes give hunters and non-hunters a small view into what it means to be a conservationist, hunters, and outdoorsman.
Steven Rinella is a father of three and a man that has traveled all over the world to understand wildlife. He has one of the most unique views on hunting and fishing. If you have Netflix or the opportunity to pick up his book of American Buffalo: In Search Of a Lost Icon, you’ll begin to understand how intriguing he is to hear and watch.
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Stars In The Sky Film –
With Steven Rinella’s deep passion for hunting and bridging the gap between modern day hunters and non-hunters. He chose to Direct a documentary feature with Zero Point Zero Films, who produces the show MeatEater. Now the main focus and goal of the film were to help educate not only non-hunters about the tradition and passion for why hunters hunt but also teach hunters the understanding of what it means to hunt as well. Therefore, this film is going to present you with a view of what it means to connect with wildlife on many levels. Before we get too in-depth of what the film is about it’s better to watch this trailer.
Stars In The Sky Film Contents –
As you can gather this is a film about the story of hunting and what it means to so many men and women you choose to hunt. Hunting in 2019 has become more controversial every week that goes by. Many groups find it violent, murderous, or wasteful. However, this film tries to show and teach the beauty behind hunting and put a face to what a hunter looks like and how they think. It’s not just about killing an animal or mounting an animal on your wall. It’s more than that and Stars In The Sky is a film that is beginning to start the conversation with non-hunters. In hopes to create a communication and common ground.
Where To View The Film –
Stars In The Sky is available for pre-order now with a release date of March 1st, 2019. You have the option to rent the film for only $3.99 (72-hour viewing) or buy it for $9.99. Not very often do get a film that is offered for this cheap let a lone one that was selected for the DOC NYC and Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
Premier and Screening Event –
If you live in the Montana area near Missoula you may have the opportunity to get an early screening of the documentary feature on Sunday, February 17th at 6:00pm. Here you can join Steven Rinella for a discussion and screening at the 2019 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
Why This Topic Is So Important –
It’s hard these days as it seems that so many people and organizations have misconstrued ideas of their opposites. However, this is a time where it’s not about picking sides, but rather a time to teach and educate. When it comes to hunting there are so many components that are being challenged such as ethics, public lands, conservation, gun-rights, and many more. You name there is someone or some organization that wants to butt-heads with hunting. However, what few ever indulge in is learning about the tradition, the morality of it, and the reason behind hunting.
Thanks to Steven Rinella and Zero Point Zero Films, they have the resources and platforms to begin a conversation to educate the public. As now is better than to learn about hunting before it becomes more and more challenged and misunderstood.