Center for Animal Protection & Education (CAPE) presents
The 4th annual Animal Film Fest
Saturday, February 25, 2017, 9:30 am doors
$25 – All Day Pass
$15 – Senior All Day Pass
$15 – Student All Day Pass
$10 Evening Session 6-10pm
$10 – Child Pass (under 12)
Does not include online processing fees
For info go to www.animalfilmfestival.org or email email@example.com
Inspiring Compassion Through Film
The 1st, 2nd and 3rd annual Animal Film Festivals were wonderful successes! Animal Film Festival numbers: 45 volunteers, 20 sponsors, 15 judges, 21 VIP filmmakers, hundreds of bags of popcorn, a dozen dogs, 66 films and hundreds of people in the audience. Thanks goes to everyone who contributes towards making the AFF an unforgettable experience.
Animal Film Festival is designed to bring about social change for the welfare of all animals.
During the AFF, speakers, filmmakers, awards and even the food, are intended to inspire film-goers to become active in improving the lives of animals who continue to face huge odds on so many fronts.
With few legal protections, and yet exploited in a myriad of ways, the films screened at the AFF generate compassion and action on behalf of animals geared to save lives and end suffering.
To ensure a balance of films that entertain as well as educate, the AFF also screens funny, warm-hearted and joyful films.
The AFF is produced by the Center for Animal Protection & Education (CAPE) a non-profit animal advocacy organization with locations in both Santa Cruz and Grass Valley, California. This all day festival takes place during a weekend at the end of February or beginning of March to entertain and enlighten audiences with independent films, comedies, documentaries, and work by emerging artists.
Films may explore any aspect of animal welfare, animal rights, the human/animal bond or programs demonstrating ways to improve the lives of animals.
During the festival, kindness towards animals will be evident in the food and beverages served, and the products made available to audiences, filmmakers and other participants.
Filmmakers whose films are featured in the festival will be our guests at a special event the night before the festival.
The Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE) works to save the lives of individual animals who are older or have special needs and to educate people about ways in which they can change their own lives to alleviate animal suffering.
The Center for Animal Protection and Education envisions a world where the consciousness and status of animals have risen in the minds of humans to where animals are now understood and accepted as fully sentient beings with intrinsic value.