Cinema
Special Screening
Dogs Of Valour

Dogs Of Valour

World Premiere - Q&A Event

Sat 9 Nov
Dogs Of Valour
Session Times

Dogs Of Valour

DOGS OF VALOUR is an unbelievable account of war dogs risking life and limb to protect the pack. In the heat of combat, the dogs and their handlers forged an unbreakable bond. Narrated by the men they saved on daring missions with the SAS, these veterans shine a light on the four-legged diggers who might otherwise be forgotten in the shadow of history. This film captures the evolution of modern military working dogs, spanning operations from Vietnam to Afghanistan.

The world premiere of 'Dogs of Valour' takes place during Remembrance Day Weekend at the Home of the Arts cinema on the Gold Coast. This red carpet event on November 9 at 6:45 PM promises an evening of significance, featuring retired Military Working Dogs and Veterans from the Afghanistan and Vietnam Wars. Guests will enjoy a meet-and-greet with these heroic dogs, followed by an insightful Q&A session, providing a deeper connection to the stories and souls behind the film. 

This ticketed event will support the Working Paws Charity, aiding retired Military dogs who have served with unwavering loyalty.

Dates
Sat 9 Nov
Director
Cameron Brunt
Genre
Documentary
Warnings
Ages 15+
Adults themes, coarse language, violence
Duration
80 mins (Film) + 20 min (approx) Q&A
Tickets
Adults $25
Veteran $17
Pensioner $17
Senior $17
Student $17
(No Free HOTA tickets)

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