Animal Film Festival Kicks Off
San Francisco Veg Week
San Francisco Veg Society will be presenting the Animal Film Festival (2019 AFF on Tour), produced by the Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE), on Saturday, October 19, at the Google Community Space. This event kicks off San Francisco Veg Week which leads up to the 20th Annual World Veg Fest on Saturday, October 26, at the County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park.
What: Animal Film Festival (2019 AFF on Tour)
When: Saturday, October 19, 2019, 6 to 8 pm
Where: Google Community Space, 188 Embarcadero, 188 Embarcadero, Steuart Street entrance, San Francisco
Tickets: $10 General Admission, $5 for SFVS Members, Students, and Seniors, available on Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/20th-annual-world-veg-fest-tickets-73974673239?aff=efbeventtix)
2019 AFF on Tour will spotlight inspirational and educational short films from around the world. The director who won first place in the short film category at this year’s Animal Film Festival in Grass Valley, Eric Metzgar, will be in attendance and participating in a Q & A session following the screening of his film “ A Film About Animals.” For more information about the Animal Film Festival, please visit https://www.animalfilmfestival.org/films-2019#!.
Delicious vegan food for 2019 AFF on Tour will be provided by CyBelle’s Front Room, located in San Francisco’s Inner Sunset, at 1385 9th Avenue. Check out their awesome vegan opinions on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cybellesfrontroom/!
The following weekend on Saturday, October 26, the 20th Annual World Veg Festival will take place at the San Francisco County Fair Building, 1199 9th Avenue (at Lincoln), inside Golden Gate Park. For more information, please visit the World Veg Fest event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2434805926738084/?ti=icl. 50% of the proceeds from 2019 AFF on Tour support San Francisco Veg Society and our outreach efforts to promote a cruelty-free, plant-based lifestyle.
The other 50% of the proceeds from 2019 AFF on Tour support the Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE) and their work to save the lives of individual animals and to educate the public about ways to alleviate animal suffering. Founded in 1992, CAPE has helped thousands of animals. Please visit www.capeanimals.org for more information.