The Film is finished! Keep an eye out here for upcoming screenings of Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest! Gray Area is an Official Selection of the 2017 International Wildlife Film Festival and the Albuquerque Film & Music Experience!  Stay tuned for future dates to come! Festivals and screenings can be expensive. If you are interested in helping us get our film into new venues, please consider donating here:


  • No Current Screenings Scheduled
  • More Dates Coming Soon!…

If you are interested in hosting a screening of Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest, please email producer Alan Lacy for more information:

What People Are Saying…

Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest is a timely and thought provoking film that effectively conveys the critically imperiled status of the Mexican gray wolf and ongoing controversies that continue to impede recovery of Mexican gray wolves to the American Southwest. The film exposes a cultural conflict of human attitudes, values and beliefs regarding management of multi-use public lands and the legally required restoration of an endangered top predator. the science in support of the ecological importance of restoring Mexican wolves and the critical genetic issues that need to be effectively addressed are well presented. Balanced and fairly portrayed, Gray Area raises key questions that must be addressed head-on if long-term recovery of the highly endangered Mexican gray wolf is to succeed.

– Camilla Fox – Project Coyote



Past Screenings:
  • April 1, 2017 – Flagstaff, Arizona: Orpheum Theater – Hosted by the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project – DETAILS
  • April 15-22, 2017 – Missoula Montana: International Wildlife Film Festival – DETAILS
    • April 17, 2017 – 7:45p – Roxy Theater – Theater 2
    • April 18, 2017 – 3:00p – Roxy Theater – Theater 2
  • April 20, 2017 – 7:00p – Sedona, Arizona: Mary D Fisher Theatre  – Sedona Wolf Week – DETAILS
  • June 6-11, 2017 – Albuquerque, New Mexico: Albuquerque Film & Music Experience: – DETAILS
    • June 9, 2017 – 5:15p – South Broadway Cultural Center