Bow Wow Film Festival Goes on Tour


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The Bow Wow Film Festival has set the dates for its 2016-17 Bow Wow Film Tour, featuring a collection of fun-loving films featuring canine personalities.

The Bow Wow Film Tour is a traveling film festival that celebrates, educates and inspires all things dog through short film. The festival collaborates with animal rescues, humane societies and a variety of dog-centric organizations across the country to raise funds and awareness for adoptable animals. All of the proceeds from ticket sales benefit animal welfare organizations. 

This year's film collection has 90 minutes of award-winning, funny, inspiring and passionate short films, including a puppy on his first ski adventure; a girl, her dog and a Frisbee; and Ask Frank—Advice for Dogs.

This years tour stops are:

  • 7/24 - Telluride, Colo. at Second Chance Humane
  • 7/27 - Charleston, S.C. at Pet Helpers
  • 7/28 - Durango, Colo. at LaPlata Humane
  • 8/20 - Boulder, Colo. at Humane Society of Boulder Valley
  • 9/17 - San Anselmo, Calif. at Kern Project
  • 9/23 - Breckenridge, Colo. at Animal Rescue of the Rockies & LAPS
  • 10/1 - Grand Junction, Colo. at Roice Hurst Humane Society
  • 10/6 - Denver, Colo. at CO Pet Pantry, PAWSCo, CCCW
  • 10/14 - Ridgway, Colo. at Second Chance Humane
  • 10/15 - Carbondale, Colo. at CO Animal Rescue
  • 10/16 - Montrose, Colo. at Second Chance Humane
  • 10/16 - Portland, Ore. at OR Humane Society
  • 10/22 - Minneapolis, Minn. at Twin Cities, Wags & Whiskers, Safe Hands
  • TBA - Austin, Texas at Austin Pets Alive

 

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