Ever wondered if you could save a few bucks on treats for your dog by just popping them some corn? Now’s the time to try, when you and your best fur friend get the rare chance to share a bucket, at the Bijou Theatre’s hosting on Saturday, Sept. 23, of the NY Dog Film Festival, traveling to dozens of cities this year after a successful national tour in 2016.
A cinematic celebration of the love between dogs and people, the Dog Film Festival supports a local life-saving shelter wherever it travels. A portion of every ticket at the Lincoln City screening will benefit the Lincoln County Animal Shelter. Well-mannered dogs are welcome at no charge.
“I’m delighted for animal lovers in the community to experience the many ways that people love and need their dogs,” said NY Dog Film Festival Founder/ Director Tracie Hotchner.
“While recognizing the great work of a local shelter in bringing pets and their people together,”
Perfect for dog lovers of all ages, the NY Dog Film Festival will feature two programs,
10 am Outdoor Adventures with Dogs
11:30 am Who Rescued Whom?
Each program runs approximately 70 minutes, and will run as a double feature with a potty break in between.
Tickets are $10 for the double feature. The Bijou Theatre is located at 1624 NE Highway 101.
For more information or to buy tickets, go to www.dogfilmfestival.com.
PROGRAM #1 “OUTDOOR ADVENTURE WITH DOGS” (77 minutes)
MY TRAIL DOG [5 min] Dean Leslie’s lyrical look at a man who is a loner who runs the Alps for the joy of it, with his dogs, who are his closest companions ; DENALI [8 min] Ben Moon honors Denali, his husky-pit mix; WALKIES IN THE WIND [1 min] charming animated film by Toby Mattison; BISCUIT [5 min] The most fearlessly athletic little dog you’ll ever meet; ONE MAN & HIS DOG [4 min] is Dean Saffron’s look at one Australian man’s joyous skate boarding lifestyle with his Samoyed; THE MYSTERY OF THE ARCTIC CAIRN [54 min] John Huston’s thrilling documentary that follows a team of intrepid explorers and their 4 tempestuous Inuit sled dogs as they set out into the icy wilderness of the Canadian Arctic.
PROGRAM #2 “WHO RESCUED WHOM?” (74 minutes)
FOR THE LOVE OF DOG [9 min] Kylie Cushman’s charming documentary that stylishly looks at the various ways British dog owners describe their love for their dogs; THE PRESENT [4 min] Jacob Frey’s animated story about a boy and his dog that will take you by surprise; NOBODY’S PERFECT [7 min] a touching documentary about an Australian couple whose pack of dogs each his own disability but “carries on regardless;” AWESOME LIVING WITH ANDY [7 min] made by sisters Patricia Denys & Mary Holmes, a documentary tribute to their darling disabled dog Andy, who does just fine in his canine “wheelchair;” DOGS IN THE PEN [12 min] Penelope Laurence’s documentary of a special program offered to female inmates to train shelter dogs as service animals; STEADFAST STANLEY [4 min] John Kim’s powerful animated film about canine loyalty; PUP CULTURE [10 min] Elle Marsh’s documentary about the delightfully odd ways that dogs are part of life in Melbourne, Australia; LOVE UNLEASHED [14 min] a happy-endings documentary by Kacey Klonsky about senior dogs; IF I COULD TALK [7 min] Ben Moon on the appreciation of a rescued dog.