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Acclaimed adventure filmmaker Dean Leslie’s breathtakingly lyrical look at a loner who runs in the mountains with his companion dogs for the pure joy of it.
Jacob Frey’s sensational animation about a distracted teen who initially rejects a very special gift from his mom.
It’s OK to cry watching Shawn Welling’s profoundly moving film that gives voice to his dog’s reflection on the time they shared.
Jonna McIver’s sensitive documentary about Owen, a young boy with a rare disorder, and Haatchi, the intuitive amputee rescue dog he adopts.
Adventure photographer Ben Moon gives voice to his brave dog, Denali, reflecting on the profound love they shared.
Mallory Paige’s inspirational documentary chronicles her decision to overcome a lifetime of doubts and fears to embark on an epic motorcycle adventure with Baylor The Dog.
Maggie Amiano’s documentary about a compassionate young couple who give a last-chance-at-happiness to Sid, a senior dog with little time left.
Victoria Carwin and Sam Haft’s moving documentary about finding purpose and joy by caring for imperfect dogs who “carry on regardless.”
British director Sue Carpenter’s wonderful tribute to Molly, the Labrador retriever “seal” who taught her about love.
Erik Dumas’s animated story about an orphaned kitten bonding with an auto-repair robot in an abandoned garage.
Jason Rogerson explores just how far a demanding cat might go to get his person’s attention.
The inspirational story of Ian Christopher Goodman and his brave paraplegic cat, Akamatsu.
Lava Buckley Sheets’s sensitive story about how her rescue cat comforted her when she most needed it.
Charlie Kothe’s animated, retro-sci-fi look at a “cool cat.”
Diana Lee Woody’s playful mockumentary about Lily, a cathlete competing in the Pyeongmeow Olympics for Team MeowSA.
Alice Obar’s documentary about kind-hearted cat rescuer Sharon James, who is devoted to the many stray kitties she has saved in her urban neighborhood.
Markie Hancock’s heartwarming documentary features a very shy cat at New York City’s Riverside Park.
Jonathan Napolitano’s look at a compassionate couple who transform their farmhouse into a senior-living facility and hospice for cats.