Dog Days @ the 28th European First Film Festival (Premiers Plans d'Angers)
We have some very exciting updates for "Dog Days" on the festival circuit - it has just been accepted to the 28th European First Film Festival (Premiers Plans... Read more
Two more fests for Dog Days!
Hi all, just a quick update: DOG DAYS will be showing at the 2015 DRIFTLESS FILM FESTIVAL in Mineral Point, WI, and at the 2015 EL DORADO FILM FESTIVAL in... Read more
Dog Days @ the 2015 Wisconsin Film Festival
Tomorrow, the Wisconsin Film Festival will publish its April lineup, which will include the premiere of "Dog Days"! The film has already gotten previewed in the Capital Times and reviewed... Read more
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"Dog Days" is successfully funded!
The crew's plane tickets were just booked and we'll be shooting July 27-August 7 in Tomah, WI, all thanks to you guys!
Thanks so much... Read more
Meet the Crew: Mark Khalife, Director of Photography
Mark Khalife is a Lebanese cinematographer based in London. His filmography includes "An Unfortunate Tale" (dir. Lama Sawaya, 2009), Txoria (dir. Mikel Gurrea, 2012) and The Mentor (dir. Sandra Tabet,... Read more
Hey everybody, thanks so far to everyone who contributed. The way Kickstarter works means that the more updates I post, the more visible and "active" the page appears, so that's... Read more
The Location: Tomah, Wisconsin
Tomah is a little city of just around 10,000 in the middle of Wisconsin. Most people see Tomah as they're driving on I-90 or I-94, which divide in Tomah (or... Read more
Meet the Crew: Mikel Gurrea, Camera/Moral Support
Mikel was born in Donostia-San Sebastian in the Basque Country (Spain). He studied in Barcelona, where he directed his own short films and worked in commercials as a director´s assistant,... Read more
Meet the Crew: Aslak Danbolt, Producer
Aslak Danbolt is originally from Bergen on the west coast of Norway. He studied for a BA in Documentary Directing at Lillehammer University College where his graduation film "Martin-the Ghost",... Read more