The National Museum of Animals and Society is presenting the LA Premiere of Turlock!
Go inside the largest rescue of farm animals in California history. Follow Animal Place rescuers as they negotiate the release of 4,460 hens from a battery cage egg farm, where the egg farmer had abandoned 50,000 hens without food for more than two weeks.
The film delves into the emotional lives of the animal rescuers present at the farm in their attempt to save as many lives as possible and exposes the reality of animal farming today. The film raises questions about how we view non-human animals in our society and the role we play in their suffering. Dinner is included as is a Q&A with with Director Keegan Kuhn. Advance tickets are on sale now and they will be more at the door. For details and tickets click on the link: http://www.museumofanimals.org/#/turlock/[masked]