Since its premiere at the University of Denver on February 22, 2020, just before the pandemic locked everything down, The Tale of the Dog has been collecting awards. The 99-minute film by Dan Obarski and Scott Montgomery won a Silver Award for Best Documentary Feature at INDIEDANCE 2020 in Los Angeles and Best Music Feature at the Reykjavik International Film Festival of 2020, to name but a few.
Now, you can stream the rollicking, rock-and-roll saga of the Family Dog’s Denver branch from the comfort of your living room. Amid the stories of the posters, music, and conflicts with the law that characterized this psychedelic outpost in Colorado (1967-68), you’ll enjoy interviews with musicians, staff, attendees, and poster artists, including Raphael Schnepf, Stanley Mouse, and Victor Moscoso.
Streaming services for The Tale of the Dog include Apple/iTunes, Amazon, Google Play/YouTube, FandangoNow, Vudu, and Hoopla.
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