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Black Dog

Joshua Dean Tuthill
United States, 2017, 15 min.

In English.
Includes violence and nudity.

Utilizing archival footage and stop-motion animation, Black Dog is set during the US and USSR space race of the 1960's amidst a time of heated social and political tension. Two brothers must deal with the sudden loss of their parents. As one falls into the darkness of a troubled marriage, the other must find an escape from the evil that is devouring his family.

Director's Statement

Joshua's work has focused on existential sub-conscious narratives with an emphasis on humankind's interaction with the world around him/her. My recent work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally including Academy Award qualifying festivals such as the 24th Slamdance Film Festival, Park City, Utah, the 45th Athens International Film + Video Festival, Athens, OH, 10th International Animated Film Festival Animator, Poznan, Poland, the 28th Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival, Yubari, Japan, the Flickers® Rhode Island International Film Festival, RI, to name a few.

Category: Animation.
Themes: Family, Abuse.

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