A documentary appropriately titled Two Elephants is showing Friday and Saturday evenings this weekend, and the documentary is about a part of Evansville's past that isn't talked about much.

Two Elephants is apart of WNIN's independent film series, and it will be showing at the Old National Public theater this weekend, there's two showings on Friday, and two on Saturday. According to the website Friday's shows are sold out, but there's still tickets for Saturdays shows. You can get ticket info here.

According to the Two Elephants facebook here is what it's about:

When Kay the elephant arrived at an Evansville, Indiana, zoo in 1929, the city celebrated with a parade. Tragedy struck 25 years later, and the city labeled her a killer, traded her and forgot her.
Bunny, the new elephant, lived up to her gentle name. She lived for decades as a lone elephant until a sanctuary offered her a new home and elephant companions. The city was divided as it debated what was best for Bunny.
“Two Elephants” reaches into history to reveal the universal lessons from the last century about elephants in captivity and to remind us that every elephant has a story.
Check out the trailer below:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yaf6QtRmbM0