Dogs Welcome – Cinema Screening for You and Your Dog!
Now call me crazy but I was actually wondering to myself just the other day how would it be to have a dog friendly cinema – well, this coming weekend I’ll be able to find out!
A community project in Victoria park and the Chisenhale Gallery is holding a public film screening for Dogs and Humans this Saturday 19th November. I found this out through the lovely Louise her blog for her company The Darling Dog Company
These are the details:
Chisenhale Gallery’s first artist-in-residence in Victoria Park, Matthew Noel-Tod, invites you to a day of film screenings for dogs and humans held in Victoria Park and at Chisenhale Gallery. Dogs welcome at both events.
2pm, Victoria Park, entrance Crown Gate West, near the Pavilion Café
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (cert: U), Duwayne Dunham,
81 mins (1993)
Disney’s remake of the live-action film The Incredible Journey. Starring a voiceover from Michael J. Fox. Two dogs and a cat find their way home. Great fun for kids and adults.
Around the Park, William Wegman, 7 mins (2007)
Around the Park was a public art project commissioned by the Madison Square Park Conservency in New York in autumn 2007. The video stars artist William Wegman’s canine cast of Weimaraners enjoying an Autumn day in the park.
7pm, Chisenhale Gallery, 64 Chisenhale Road, E3 5QZ
White Dog (cert: 18), Samuel Fuller, 90 mins (1982)
Withheld from release by Paramount for over 20 years, Sam Fuller’s complex investigation of racism and social conditioning. An animal trainer attempts to de-condition a racist ‘white dog’. A critical masterpiece for adults.
Click here for a direct link to the Chisenhale Gallery website.