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Dog Days ()


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A group of interconnected people in Los Angeles are brought together by their lovely canine counterparts.

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Cast

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Elizabeth
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Tara
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Jimmy
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Grace
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Kurt
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Dax
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Peter
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Ruth
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Greg
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Lola
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Amelia
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Dr. Mike
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Garrett
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Daisy
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Walter
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Tyler
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Denielle
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Wacky Wayne
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Amy
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Ernie
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Nina
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Stanley
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Alexa
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Ben
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Jude
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Mayor Velez
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Lyft Driver
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Baby Shower Husband (as J. Vasko-Bezenek)
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Audience member
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Greg's Mom
Dalmatian Chloe ...
Dalmatian
Colt ...
Weimaraner Dog
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TV Show Audience
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Susan with Dog
Christina V. Ginger ...
Barista (as Cristina Gnilenco)
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New Tricks Volunteer
Tye Halé Johnson ...
Water Park Kid
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Sounder
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Dog Actor
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High School Student
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Collie Owner
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Charity Event Patron
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New Tricks Employee
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Charity Event Patron
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Bearded Clown
Amelia Su-Lin ...
Kid
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Bear at Vet

Directed by

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Ken Marino

Written by

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Elissa Matsueda ... (screenplay by) and
Erica Oyama ... (screenplay by)
 
Elissa Matsueda ... (story by)

Produced by

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Michael Glassman ... executive producer
Scott Holroyd ... executive producer
Mickey Liddell ... producer
Jennifer Monroe ... producer
Elizabeth Payne ... associate producer
Alison Semenza ... executive producer
Pete Shilaimon ... producer
Nicole Stojkovich ... executive producer

Music by

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Matt Novack
Craig Wedren

Cinematography by

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Frank Barrera

Film Editing by

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Brian Scofield

Editorial Department

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Philip Beckner ... digital intermediate color assist
Patrick Brennan ... i/o operator
John Daigle ... additional editor
Robert Nassau ... additional editor
Angelique Perez ... digital intermediate producer
Sam Wexler ... nextlab operator

Casting By

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Susie Farris

Production Design by

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Marcia Hinds

Art Direction by

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Michael Allen Glover

Set Decoration by

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Kathy Orlando

Costume Design by

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Molly Grundman

Makeup Department

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Silvia Polanco ... assistant makeup artist
Lia Robin ... makeup artist
Tegan Taylor ... makeup department head
Peggy Teague ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Mitchell Grobman ... post-production supervisor
Alison Semenza ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jonathan McGarry ... first assistant director
Dixon McPhillips ... second second assistant director
Jared Scott Mercier ... additional second assistant director
Paul Schmitz ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Kacey Koeberer ... graphic designer
Mark Larkin ... graphic designer
Maggie Mannion ... assistant property master
Sean Mannion ... property master
Jonathan Robertson ... construction coordinator
Jeffry C. Voorhees ... assistant property master
Kathleen Walker ... art department coordinator
Xi Yang ... art deptartment pa

Sound Department

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Amanda Beggs ... sound mixer
Alexander Burstein ... additional boom operator
Robert Carr ... re-recording mixer
Niels Gabriels ... foley editor
Thomas Giordano ... production sound tech
Jay Golden ... boom operator
James Harvey ... sound effects editor
Scott A. Jennings ... sound effects editor
Micah Loken ... dialogue editor
Adrian Medhurst ... foley artist
Andrew Neil ... sound effects editor
Will Riley ... adr supervisor / re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Colin Rogers ... adr mixer
Ryan Squires ... foley mixer
Jeffrey Lee Zimmeran ... pro tools music playback mixer
Reed Lovell ... adr mixer (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Kevin Conlon ... digital compositor
Tomohiko Fukuda ... digital compositor
Joshua LaCross ... visual effects supervisor
Chris LeDoux ... visual effects producer
Adam Pere ... visual effects producer
Charles G. Roberts ... compositor
Jason Sanford ... visual effects executive producer: Crafty Apes

Stunts

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Greg Anthony ... stunt driver
Whitney Coleman ... stunt double: Nina Dobrev
G. Peter King ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Albert Adams ... tape operator
Dane Brehm ... digital imaging technician
Cheli Clayton ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Clayton Daily ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Charlie Dalrymple ... lighting technician
Twojay Dhillon ... camera operator: "a" camera / steadicam operator
Jay M. Huntoon ... key video assist
Colleen Lindl ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Harrison Reynolds ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Karina Silva ... director of photography: second unit
Karina Silva ... camera operator: "b" camera
David Speck ... camera operator: "c" camera
Lance Jay Velazco ... video assist utility
Grayson Venters ... grip
Joe Yacob ... utility
Jacob Yakob ... still photographer

Casting Department

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Jason Harris ... adr voice casting
Deedra Ricketts ... extras casting
Peter Pamela Rose ... adr voice casting
Janelle Scuderi ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Anita Louise Brown ... costumer
Sharon Gilligan ... key costumer

Location Management

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Jake Downer ... assistant location manager
Rob Gibson ... location manager
Sean B. Hernandez ... assistant location manager
Joshua Brian Pierce ... key assistant location manager
Pavel Sterba ... key assistant location manager

Music Department

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W. Joseph Anderson ... Music Legal Services
Bo Boddie ... composer: additional music / score mixer
Joanie Diener ... music editor
Liz Gallacher ... music supervisor
Kathleen Hasay ... assistant music supervisor
Nami Melumad ... music preparation

Transportation Department

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Troy Bridenstine ... driver
L. Chip Crosby Jr. ... driver
Louis Dargenzio ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Rachael Alexa ... accounting clerk (as Rachael Doyle)
David Allsberry ... dog trainer
Daniel Benjamin ... studio teacher
Beau Bielski ... production assistant
Richard Creighton ... fire safety advisor
Elizabeth A. Dennis ... production coordinator
Heather Fielding ... studio teacher
Tiffany Gibson ... production assistant
Mark Harden ... animal coordinator
Melinda Kramer ... stand-in for Jessica St. Clair
Amy Larsen ... set medic: day player
Delaney Lloyd ... Assistant to Jennifer Monroe
Steven Luna ... production assistant (as Steven M. Luna)
Tricia Meola ... production assistant
Michael W. Miliotti ... animal trainer: dogs
Michael Onofri ... creative executive
Paul Overacker ... technical director
Elizabeth Payne ... assistant to Mr. Marino
Scott Peterson ... script supervisor
Loren Pierce ... assistant accountant
Adam Reeser ... photo double: Adam Pally
Madison Romero ... payroll: accountant
Atorina Samuel ... production assistant
Amy Smolev ... production accountant
Jill Somers ... set production assistant: base camp
Adam M. Stone ... product placement coordinator
Cat Stone ... product placement coordinator
Eric W. Thompson ... production counsel
Andrea Ver Meer ... dog trainer
Shawn Weber ... dog trainer

Thanks

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Lindsay Garrison ... special thanks
Mike Rosenstein ... special thanks

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Distributors

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Los Angeles, California, is the main and heart-warming scenario where life and fate interconnect five different stories as well as their characters with their respective canine pets: Elizabeth is a famous newscaster of a morning TV show who after a disastrous interview with former basket player Jimmy, Elizabeth's boss decides to contract Jimmy as co-host due to the high ratings of the interview; in another side of the city, Tara is a waiter of a coffee shop that passes her days talking with her shallow and dog-walker friend Daisy. Tara, who is crazy about the friendly but full of himself vet Dr. Mike, one day meets Garrett, the eccentric and shy owner of an animal care center who is unable to say Tara that he loves her; Grace and Kurt are a marriage nervous by the arrival is their first adoptive child, Amelia, but they see that the child doesn't seems happy with her new home and her new parents; Dax is a teen in body of adult, leader of the aspiring rock band Frunk, who after a visit to pregnant sister and incoming mother Ruth and her husband Greg, is forced to keep and care Ruth's dog, despite that where Dax lives aren't allowed dogs; and finally Walter, an aging and lonely widow, loses his pet when this one escapes from his hand, receiving the unexpected help of a pizza delivery boy named Tyler to find it. According the time moves, things complicate for everyone: Elizabeth and Jimmy starts to feel attracted one by each other, making their work more difficult, specially after Elizabeth discovers that Jimmy has been hired for a more important job in another channel; Tara accepts the offer of Garrett to work as volunteer in his animal care center at the same time she starts to date Dr. Mike, meanwhile Garrett earns that the owner of the building has sold it and he'll lose the center; Amelia finds Walter's dog to complete happiness of her, but Grace and Kurt fear that one day Amelia lose to her new friend if the owner appears; Dax desperate caring Ruth's dog, although eventually starts to put order in his life, but it creates troubles to hide it of neighbors as Tara; and Walter decides use his formation as teacher to help Tyler with his academic studies, preparing exams for some Tyler's teachers as Kurt. Unaware for all the people including to her own, Tara's decision to organize a concert to get funds looking for save Garrett's animal care center will cause that all the stories collide between them, revealing as life, fate and dogs are more related than anyone can imagine. Written by Chockys

Taglines Dog Days follows a group of interconnected people in Los Angeles who are brought together by their lovable canine counterparts. See more »
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Also Known As
  • I love dogs (Spain)
  • I Love Dogs (Spain)
  • Par amour des chiens (Canada, French title)
Runtime
  • 113 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $2,554,766, 12 Aug 2018

Did You Know?

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Trivia The female singer in Dax's band is played by the real-life daughter of the actor who played the old man. See more »
Goofs In the scene where Garrett gives Tara a $1 bill and then a $5 bill and tells her to keep the change, one of the bills turns into a $20 when she puts her hands up and says "thank you!" See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Glenn Close/Finn Wolfhard/Lauv (2018). See more »

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