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HOPE Animal Shelter to screen "Sniff: The Dog Movie" on Saturday

"You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll wanna be a dog." Tucsonans and others in Southern Arizona will have the chance to view "Sniff: The Dog Movie" this weekend and meet film-makers Barry Stone and Kim Webster.

Billed as "a serious documentary wrapped in a fictional comedic story," the film tells the tale of two puppies raised to assist visually impaired people.

The film features:

  • British star Neil Morrissey of "Bob the Builder" and "Men Behaving Badly"
  • Richard Huw from "The Four Minute Mile" and "Splitting Heirs"
  • Amanda Plummer of Pulp Fiction and The Fisher King
  • Maurice Godin from "House", "Monk", and "Working".

Following the screening will be a Q&A with the film's director, Barry Stone, and a HOPE representative.

HOPE will receive 20 percent of the proceeds from the sale of DVDs of "Sniff" at the screening.

Date: Saturday, March 13th
Time: 7 pm
Cost: $8 general admission, $5 under 12 or over 62. Order advance tickets here.
The Screening Room
127 East Congress Street [map]
(520) 882-0204

HOPE Animal Shelter is Tucson’s only no-kill animal shelter for dogs and cats.

If you are unable to make the Saturday screening, you will have another chance on Sunday. Sales of DVDs at the Sunday afternoon and evening shows will benefit the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.

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