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Animal Film Festival at Center for the Arts

If you love animals and movies, the Center for the Arts is the place for you this weekend. The fourth annual Animal Film Festival runs all day tomorrow. There will be 24 films in about 12 hours, with a couple of intermissions. You can go all day or just attend the evening session. Festival Director Shelley Frost says the feature film is called ‘Unlocking the Cage’, and was recently featured on H-B-O…

Listen to Shelley Frost 1

The festival is presented by the Center for Animal Protection and Education, or CAPE, which has a sanctuary. Proceeds go toward animal welfare programs…

Listen to Shelley Frost 2

Made-to-order vegan meals and soft drinks can be purchased in the lobby. There’s also free popcorn. The all-day event gets underway at 10am, the evening session starts at 6 o’clock, and should wrap up around 10pm.

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