MINE is the powerful story about the essential bond between humans and animals told against the backdrop of one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history.”

This insightful documentary explores the struggle between the original and new adoptors of the voiceless victims in Hurricane Katrina: Pets. The filmmakers present the stories of family’s who are caught in desperate custody battles over their beloved four-legged friends.

Join me and other Sprout Chicagoans for a screening of this heart-wrenching documentary this Wednesday at the Gene Siskel Film Center. Admission is open to the public, and the screening begins at 6:00pm.

What: MINE film

When: Wednesday, January 20th 6:00pm

Where: Gene Siskel Film Center 164 North State Street Chicago, Illinois 60601

Cost: $10 General Admission