Nashville Bow Wow Film Festival


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Nashville Bow Wow Film Festival

Sunday, May 17, 2020 See Website

The Bow Wow Film Festival is an innovative dog-themed film festival. Colorado based, the Bow Wow Film Festival is a traveling festival that inspires, educates and celebrates all things doggie through the art of short films. Bow Wow is a family friendly show. "You will laugh and maybe even tear up a bit but you can't help but have a wonderful time at a Bow Wow" says Susan Kelley, the festival's Founder and Director.

Nashville based singer, songwriter, Jerry Vandiver wrote a song and set it to video for this festival and his submission won! This allowed the dedicated animal lover and animal advocate to bring this collection of short films to Nashville and include several of the pet-related, non-profit organizations that he supports.

The Nashville event takes place Sunday, May 17, 2020 at The Pavilion East, 1006 Fatherland Street in East Nashville. The festival has two ninety-minute screenings: 4:00-5:30 pm and 7:00-
8:30 pm. All proceeds will benefit three Nashville animal welfare groups: East C.A.N., Music City Animal Rescue, and Pet Community Center.

Tickets are $15 for Adults and $10 for Children (ages twelve and under) and can be purchased in advance at

Bow Wow celebrates the human canine bond and the marvelous ways these beloved creatures inspire us, care for us and bring us joy. We hope you will join us!