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Retired Couple Raise Awareness for Senior Dog Adoption with Short Film

How would you react after watching family after family walk past sweet adoptable senior dogs, heading straight to the puppies? Barbara Gross saw this happen so often that she was inspired to write and direct the short film when she worked at the Humane Society of Wickenburg, Arizona.

“Another Chance” was selected as one of seven local films to be screened at the Siouxland Film Festival [...]


David Gross is a lifelong photographer and cinematographer and Barbara, a writer and director. Both have a background in making commercials, but this was their first short film project. To raise awareness for senior dog adoption, the retired Sioux City couple combined their talents to produce “Another Chance.”


This narrative short film is about an older animal shelter worker who falls in love with an abandoned old dog. The film won the award for best amateur short film at the Idyllwild Cinemafest in 2013. It also screened at the Phoenix and Prescott Film Festivals.

The 15-minute movie is available to any organization that wants to use it.

Read the whole amazing Sioux City Journal story.


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