Called to Rescue

Sun, Oct 01 at 6:30PM

This is part of 2017 Portland EcoFilm Festival

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A joyful, non-graphic view into the lives of rescued animals and the unbridled compassion of the people who create farm animal sanctuaries. The rescued farm animals, simply by being who they are, are changing lives, lifestyles, and beliefs on both sides of the fence. The humans, many of whom dramatically altered the course of their lives because of a connection with a farm animal, are dedicated beyond words.  Directed by Naomi Sophia Call and Loghan Call. 2017, 65 mins.

Also screening:
EEYA (PNW premiere): Eeya is the Baka word for elephant, an animal that is an important figure in the lives of the indigenous Baka tribes of Central Africa. Baka father and son, Bosso and Gaston Andre, work in the National Park system as eco-guards to help protect elephants, knowing that protecting elephants protects their own people as well. Directed by Mariah Wilson. 2017, 5 MINS.

DANCING WITH YOUR DREAMS (US premiere): Traveling from different corners of the world, dancers meet in the Archipelago of the Azores, to create dance journeys that explore their dreams inspired by the lush forest and sea; sharing their gift of dance with each other, nature and wildlife. Directed by Gustavo Neves 2017, 14 MINS.  


Community Partner: NW Veg.