Dogs roles in America are changing. The more they become like family, the harder it is to treat them like animals. This documentary is about the four-year-long degenerative paralysis of my soul dog, Juno. It also follows my struggle over convictions about dominion and custodianship; life and death. This journey led me into the hearts and home of others coping with similar issues.
My sincere gratitude goes to: Sara Shier, editor Roger O'Donnell, composer And everyone who has allowed me to share their stories
If you would like to contribute funding to the post-production of Soul Dog, please use the contact page to reach me.
04/14/09: On TV week.com
My 15 minutes of fame on the red carpet. Little did I know that only 4 days later I would be on the cover of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle as a victim of the Gallatin County Detention center expansion..... Reality check!
04/02/09: Best Newcomer at IWFF
It is a huge honor to have Frog, Chemical, Water, You chosen as the Best Newcomer at the International Wildlife Film Festival.
It will screen in HD in at the Wilma in Missoula on May 14th at 930 and May 15th at 1230
03/21/09: College Television Awards
Here's a photo from the CTA awards red carpet. I'm still recovering from all the excitement and will blog about it later today.
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03/16/09: Grace featured on MSU homepage
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03/11/09: Frog, Chemical, Water, You is a finalist at IWFF
Frog, Chemical, Water, You is a finalist in the IWFF Best Newcomer category.
It also won an Honorable Mention for Conservation Message, an Honorable Mention for Scientific Content, Honorable Mention for Narration as well as an Honorable Mention for Educational Value.
Thanks to all who helped make this movie possible!