A special screening of a one-hour new documentary for dog lovers, "Black Beauty Breed," will take place in Asheville on Thursday, July 3 at 7:30 PM at the Carmike 10 Cinemas, 121 River Hills Rd., Asheville.
"Black Beauty Breed" is a documentary feature on the positive character traits and inherent working ability of the Rottweiler breed. The film was written and directed by Angie Ruiz, who produced "La Milonga," a short film about the art of Tango that was an official selection of several international film festivals.
"Black Beauty Breed" showcases the versatility of the Rottweiler breed in agility, herding, carting, as therapy dogs and as search and rescue dogs. Stunning original film footage captures the resilient spirit of the Rottweiler from birth to their modern working abilities. Heartwarming, inspiring and uplifting, "Black Beauty Breed" articulates the universal themes of love, resilience, and the deep connection that humans can form with their dogs.
Because this is a special screening, at least 60 people must reserve their tickets by Thursday, June 26 in order for the theatre to confirm the screening. To reserve your ticket, go to: http://www.tugg.com/events/9813
Don't miss this opportunity to see a breathtaking documentary during this exclusive Asheville showing. Reserve your ticket today at: http://www.tugg.com/events/9813
For more information about the film and to see the trailer, visit http://www.blackbeautybreed.com/