Submitted by the Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE)
The 4th annual Animal Film Festival will take place Saturday, February 25, 2017, at the Center for the Arts, 314 W. Main St., Grass Valley, CA.
Doors open at 9:30 a.m., first film screens at 10:00 a.m. and will continue until 10:00 p.m. with two intermissions during the day.
Tickets are $10 for Children (up to 12 years), Students & Seniors (62 and over); $25 All Day Pass, General Admission. We have a $5 off promo code for each ticket: All Day Pass use code: AllDayPass; Senior use code: Senior; Student use code: Student, Child use code: Child.
This year we will have a Children’s Theater off the main lobby with Official Selection films looping throughout the day. Parents must supervise their children at all times while in this theater. Additional activities will be in this theater geared for kids up to 12 years.
Chefs Jackie and Ramona Howard will be in the lobby preparing made to order vegan meals that you can enjoy inside the theater!
FREE POPCORN will be in the lobby along with tables hosted by several animal organizations.
Here are the Official Selections for the AFF 2017 NOT in the order they will be screened. Also noted are confirmed filmmakers attending.
Unlocking the Cage
The Vervet Forest – ATTENDING
Not Your Average Cat video – ATTENDING
Called to Rescue – ATTENDING
Temple of the Ghost Owl – ATTENDING
Dogs of the 9th Ward – ATTENDING
Maybelle’s Story – MAYBE ATTENDING
Joe the Chimp
Their Land: Last of the Caribou Herd
Dog Side by Side
Fifi the Bear
Not Another Fashion Film
Through the Thick
Operation Wolf Patrol
Lucy – MAYBE ATTENDING
Wildlife and Meat
Hope the Blind Goat – ATTENDING
Corky the Orca
A Gift for Abuelo – MAYBE ATTENDING
Second Chance on the Caprock
You can visit this page for more information about the films:
The Tarshis Awards will be presented to the winning filmmakers (who entered their films in this special category) by Adam & Amber Tarshis. This is a very exciting addition to the AFF this year as these awards are significant and have been the impetus for the production of some of these extraordinary films. Visit this link for more information: http://www.animalfilmfestival.org/tarshis-award
During the event, CAPE will be honoring two outstanding individuals for their work on behalf of animals: The CAPE Compassion Award and the Lisa Landey Dog Save Award.
The Animal Film Festival Channel on ROKU is now available for free to anyone who has a ROKU device. Variety Magazine will be doing a story about the AFF and the AFF Channel on ROKU. As of today’s date, the channel has close to 2000 subscribers – and we have not even publicized it yet!
As of today’s date, the channel has close to 2000 subscribers – and we have not even publicized it yet!