Stray DogUSA, 2014 : Alberta Premiere
WINTER’S BONE director Debra Granik's stereotype-shattering documentary STRAY DOG focuses on Ron "Stray Dog" Hall. At first glance, this burly, bearded biker looks like the ultimate badass. Then, through Granik's sympathetic lens, we begin to see his big, battle-scarred heart. The movie follows Stray Dog as he caravans on his Harley from his rural Missouri home to Washington, D.C. to pay tribute to his fallen brothers at the Vietnam Memorial. Back home, he takes in his Mexican wife and her two sons, who are, like him, struggling to find a place in a country that has become foreign.
Los Angeles Film Festival 2014
Montreal Intl Documentary Film Festival 2014
Debra Granik is the Academy Award® nominated director and co-writer of WINTER’S BONE, which was nominated for four Oscars, including Best Picture, and won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. Granik and co-writer Anne Rosellini (producer of STRAY DOG) were Oscar nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay.
press for Stray Dog
"STRAY DOG is at once a powerful look at the veteran experience, a surprising love story and a fresh exploration of what it takes to survive in the hardscrabble heartland of America."- LA Film Fest
"WINTER’S BONE director Debra Granik provides plenty of surprises in her superb slice of American life on the margins."- Variety
screened with a short film
You Won't Regret That Tattoo
Director Angie Bird, Canada, 2013, 13 minutesExplore the meanings and memories behind the tattoos of an older generation.
Ron 'Stray Dog' Hall, Alicia Soriano Hall, Felipe Angel Padilla Soriano, Felipe de Jesús Padilla Soriano
Best Feature Documentary, Los Angeles Film Festival 2014