Loss and Found Benefit Screening in Monterey Park

When

6Oct
at 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Admission Fee: $20
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Where

American Legion

338 S Ramona Ave, Monetery Park, CA 91754
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The award winning film Loss and Found is making its debut at the American Legion Post 397 in Monterey Park, CA, Saturday October 6th at 7pm. Proceeds benefit P.A.C.K. (People and Canine Kingdom). P.A.C.K. teaches veterans and other first responders how to train service dogs, that are many times saved from shelters. Get your tickets now to share some laughs and support a good cause!

Website and Trailer: http://lossandfoundmovie.com/
Jon and his dog Smokey, the star of the film, have spent all of 2018 showing Loss and Found all over the country, raising money for local rescues in each city they visit while also getting dogs get adopted.
Doors open at 7pm for red carpet photo op with Jon, Smokey and P.A.C.K.
Film begins at 8pm.
After party starts immediately after the film.
Food and drink specials will be available all night!
Runtime: 29 minutes Rating PG-13
Synopsis:

A young man is devastated after losing his best friend, his dog Russell. Eventually he finds purpose in his life through saving the lives of more rescue dogs. “Loss and Found” is a heartfelt comedy based on a true story that addresses issues surrounding rescue dogs.
Director Bio:
Instagram @MancinettiPics
Filmmaker, artist, and pit bull foster dad, based in Los Angeles. Jons films have been accepted into numerous film festivals and featured on The Dodo, Spin Magazine and the Hallmark Channel.
Article in Columbus Dispatch:
http://www.dispatch.com/entertainmentlife/20180719/for-filmmaker-loss-and-found-shows-love-of-fostering-shelter-dogs

Huntington Beach Screening: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNvFmCr7k4U
Santa Ana Screening: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnG9EUURjy4
The film has screened at over 40 cities and festivals!