Join us at the Garland Theater tonight for the second film in our series, Quill: The Life of a Guide Dog.
Quill: The Life of a Guide Dog is a Japanese documentary about the process of training service dogs.
The film follows Quill, a yellow Labrador puppy, who has unusual empathy and remarkable patience. We follow Quill through his formal training to his eventual assignment to Mr. Wanatabe, a lonely and ill-tempered middle-aged man.
Quill reveals much about Japanese culture and is not a standard Disney movie. The film highlights the cycle of life and raises awareness about the visually impaired.
Bring the kids to this one. Subtitles are about 4th-grade reading level.
Watch the trailer:
Join us at the Garland Theater every Tuesday, 7:15 p.m., through May 16. Admission is free for SFCC/SCC students and employees (with college ID). General admission without ID is $5 with all proceeds supporting future film festival operations.
924 W Garland Ave
Spokane, WA 99205
See the full schedule and check out the next films in our series at: