New York Dog Film Festival

The NY Dog Film Festival is an annual celebration of the love between dogs and their people,  through short films from around the world that inspire, educate and entertain, benefiting local animal welfare groups that bring people and pets together. Tracie Hotchner, a Vermont author and radio host, started the festival in 2015.

This year’s festival features Scott Ransom’s Lady B’s First Winter: Puppy to Avalanche Dog, about training a pup for mountain rescues, as well as Yuan Yue’s documentary Meant to Be, which demonstrates how a therapy dog has helped a fourth-grade boy master reading.

Mike Bulda’s “It Takes an Island: Saving the Aruba Cunucu Street Dog” and Erin Parks’s “Finding Shelter” highlight volunteer humane efforts in countries (Aruba and Bulgaria) where behavior toward strays is indifferent or brutal. These films show not only rescues but also changing attitudes.


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