Featured movie of the day: Arch’s Iguanas
Arch’s Iguanas is a documentary film about Sherman Arch, who began protecting iguanas on his personal property in the early 80′s after realizing that the population of the creatures was dwindling due to excessive hunting.
Now, 27 years later he has over 3,500 iguanas roaming his 10-acre ‘farm’ on the Honduran island of Roatan. He continues to educate and entertain thousands of visitors each year about the dangers of over-hunting and poaching that threatens this animals’ existence on the island.
Arch’s Iguanas plays Saturday Jan. 10 at 12:15pm at the Bug Theatre. It will be preceded by feature-length documentary The Cost of Oil.