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February 12, 2014

Join Us for an Inspirational Film Festival

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Dear Friend,

At Born Free, we profoundly understand the power of film to advance the fight for animal protection. After all, our organization has firm roots in cinematic history; Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna founded The Born Free Foundation after starring in the legendary film, Born Free, and drew further inspiration to help animals from the tragic death of Pole Pole, an elephant featured in the film An Elephant Called Slowly.

We’re excited to announce an upcoming California film festival that will educate audiences about critical animal issues. Animal Film Festival, presented by the non-profit Center for Animal Protection & Education (CAPE), aims to inspire and entertain on topics about animals:  wildlife, companion animals, and animals used for food, in research, and in entertainment. CAPE received more than 60 films from around the world—and 21 “Official Selections” will be screened during the one-day fest.

WHEN: 

Saturday, March 1, 2014

SESSIONS: 

- Movies for Children morning session (11:00am-1:00pm)

- General Audiences session (2:00pm-9:00pm)      

WHERE: 

Center for the Arts, 314 West Main Street, Grass Valley, CA

SPECIAL GUESTS:

- Megan Blake and her dog Super Smiley from Pet Life Radio

- Emily Wicks, director of “Life with Alex”

- Mike Potter, director of “Cheek by Jowl”

- Tonya Littlewolf, star of “Wolf Mountain”

- Keegan Kuhn, director of “Turlock”

Tickets start at just $5 for the Movies for Children session and $20 for the General Audiences session, with special discounts for students and seniors. Purchase tickets here and learn more about the film fest at www.animalfilmfestival.org.

Sincerely,

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