The Last Pig Film Screening on March 1

We’re over the moon to announce that tickets are now available for our screening of The Last Pig on National Pig Day, March 1. Learn more here and please share the Facebook event with friends, family, and fans.

You’re invited to join Pigs & Pugs Project for the screening of the award-winning film, The Last Pig—the cinematic story of a pig farmer who grapples with death, searches for compassion, and finally finds the courage to change.

This event includes special guests Farm Sanctuary’s Gene Baur and Charlotte of Life With Pigs: Pumpkin, Charlotte and Millie. A Q & A with Gene and Pigs & Pugs Project’s Kimberly Wilson will follow the screening.

General Admission Tickets: $20, includes 7:00pm film screening, plus Q & A.

VIP Tickets: $40, includes a private 6:00pm meet and greet with Gene Baur and selfie opportunities with Charlotte the pig over a glass of wine and vegan hors d’oeuvres, a reusable Pigs & Pugs Project tote, 7:00pm film screening in premium seating section, and Q & A.

There In Spirit Tickets: $20, if unable to join and want to support our work, please consider a There In Spirit ticket.

To hear from the farmer, Bob Comis, tune into this podcast interview: http://www.kimberlywilson.com/podcasts/tranquility-du-jour-350-the-last-pig-part-2/

To hear from the filmmaker, Allison Argo, tune into this podcast interview: http://www.kimberlywilson.com/podcasts/tranquility-du-jour-349-the-last-pig-part-1/

All proceeds will benefit Pigs & Pugs Project, Farm Sanctuary, and The Last Pig.