Super Smiley and Pet Life Radio On the Big Screen at the Awareness Film Festival!
Through the Awareness Film Festival we can travel the world and open our hearts! The Festival comes to Los Angeles this week showcasing films like How I Became an Elephant which was inspired by a 14 year old girl obsessed with elephants who traveled across the globe to "become one." Minds In The Water is a riveting and inspiring multi film festival winner about surfer David Rastovitch who bonded with dolphins and now is on a mission to save them and the beaches of the world. Tom Shadyac's world famous film I Am will be screening, and Pet Life Radio is presenting it's first Big Screen Debut, Super Smiley Flash Mob - A Dogumentary! Skye Kelly, the festival director, tells us about her adventure and mission in creating the festival, and Jonny Vasic, the Director of Animal Content in Entertainment for the Humane Society of the United States and producer of Minds in the Water tells us his story in working for animals. I'll be at the festival! Hope to see you there and here on A Super Smiley Adventure!
The Awareness Film Festival is organized by Heal One World, a non-profit charity serving the community surrounding West Pico blvd in Los Angeles, California.
As well as serving as a fundraiser, the mission of the Awareness Film Festival is to inform and inspire audiences through a program of films on Ecological, Political, Health/Well Being and Spiritual topics. We are honored to have the opportunity to spotlight film-makers committed to making positive change throughout the world.
We showcase both Documentary and Narrative Features,as well as Short Films, Music Videos and Public Service Announcements. Our events include film-maker Q&A's, film-maker Panels,as well as conscious art and music.
Any net profits from this event will go completely to charity, including our partner organizations.