La Plata County Humane Society goes to the movies

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La Plata County Humane Society goes to the movies

Bow Wow Film Festival benefits local shelter
Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society Videographer Jamie Merideth and her dog, Lester, hike in Diablo Canyon in Santa Fe. The two star in the short “Lester,” that will be featured in the upcoming Bow Wow Film Festival playing in Durango.
Courtesy of Melissa Marquez
If you go

What: Bow Wow Film Festival, hosted by La Plata County Humane Society.

When: 6 p.m.(doors), 7 p.m. (show) Thursday (Aug. 2).

Where: Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave.

Tickets: Online advance: $12 general admission, $7 children younger than 12. Available at https://bit.ly/2A7wZOd. Online ticket sales will end at noon Friday (July 27), but tickets may be purchased at the door at a cost of $15 for adults and $9 for children. All proceeds will benefit the Humane Society

More information: Visit www.bowwowfilmfest.com.

La Plata County Humane Society goes to the movies

Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society Videographer Jamie Merideth and her dog, Lester, hike in Diablo Canyon in Santa Fe. The two star in the short “Lester,” that will be featured in the upcoming Bow Wow Film Festival playing in Durango.
Courtesy of Melissa Marquez

La Plata County Humane Society goes to the movies

London-based DogSky Films will have its short film, “A Dog Called Moose,” shown during this year’s Bow Wow Film Festival.

La Plata County Humane Society goes to the movies

Kate Roxburgh, left, and Shay Kuehlmann, owners of London-based DogSky Films and directors of “A Dog Called Moose,” filmed the short over three days in North Norfolk in the United Kingdom.
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