Second Annual Bow Wow Film Festival Sept. 13

SFAS News:
The Santa Fe Animal Shelter (SFAS), in coordination with the Bow Wow Film Festival (BWFF), is excited to announce the traveling festival’s one-night-only event in Santa Fe, featuring the compelling personalities of beloved canines.
After a wildly successful 2017 season with dozens of shows around the country, including a sold-out show in Santa Fe, the Bow Wow Film Festival returns to Santa Fe with a rousing and fun-loving collection of new films that include two filmmakers from Santa Fe: Jamie Merideth and Evan Curtis. Both filmmakers will be attending the screening.
“We had such a good time at last year’s Bow Wow Film Festival, and we are so excited to be a part of the festival again this year,” said Murad Kirdar, public relations officer of the Santa Fe Animal Shelter. “This event raises money for our shelter while entertaining us with all things canine related.”
The BWFF is a 90-minute traveling film festival that celebrates, educates and inspires all things dog, through the art of short film. The festival collaborates with animal rescues, humane societies, and a variety of dog-centric organizations, spanning the country to raise funds and awareness for adoptable animals. 100% of ticket sales benefit animal welfare organizations.
“You will laugh and marvel and maybe even tear up a bit, but you can’t help but have a wonderful time,” Susan Kelley, Founder and Director of BWFF said. “The Santa Fe show will have the added bonus of seeing two local hometown filmmakers screen their films on the big screen!”
The Santa Fe screening of the BWFF will be held Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018, at the CCA, 1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe 87505. A reception is 6 p.m. with drinks, snacks, surprises and giveaways. The film starts at 7 p.m. Advance tickets are available at
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