Jewish Journal

Friday at DWF

by Joy Bennett

June 7, 2014 | 11:38 am

Stars and writer/directors Brandon Walter (left) and Kasi Brown of Gone Doggy Gone at Dances with Films screening

Friday was another great day at Dances with Films festival.  I saw three good films, one of which was really terrific, and generally had another wonderful time.  First was the environmental documentary The Future of Energy - Lateral Power to the People which covered why sustainable energy is so important for our future.  Next was Gone Doggy Gone, a hysterical comedy about a kidnapped dog.  Really funny!  Finally I saw the wonderful, beautifully photographed film Druid Peak, a coming of age story involving wolves in the wilds of Wyoming.  Really a lovely, gentle story.  If you love nature films as I do, this one is for you.  Dances with Films continues through Friday in Hollywood, visit danceswithfilms.com for more information.  

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Joy Bennett is a writer living in Santa Monica, California.  She is the author of Under a Quarter Moon, a poetry and short story collection; and is a contributor to the...

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