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When: Sun., Oct. 4, 7:30 p.m. 2009
Phone: 208-343-1100
Price: $11
Treasure Valley Community Television and The Flicks present a screening of The Cove, the 2009 Sundance Award-Winning Documentary about the tens of thousands of dolphins who are slaughtered every year in a hidden cove in Taiji, Japan, and the Japanese government's cover up of the atrocities. The activist filmmakers, including Flipper's former trainer, Ric O'Barry, were able to stop this year's slaughter in Japan as a direct result of their powerful film. After the screening, stay for a discussion panel led by local experts with moderator Steve Burns, director of Zoo Boise along with Jeff Rosenthal, D.V.M., director of the Idaho Humane Society; Elizabeth McFarland, former shelter director, Idaho Humane Society and Dolphin Quest associate; and Janelle Church, volunteer, Animals in Distress Association. Watch the trailer at



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