Amidst the cinematic grand dreams of filmmakers shaping up for the Sonoma International Film Festival, one film has simpler goals: Bringing a better life to man’s best friend.

Doggie Boogie, which premieres at the festival later this week, tells the story of a young woman and her uncle and their dog-centric dreams; Respectively they’re an aspiring vet and dog dancer – whatever that means.

The aspirational plot-lines are matched by the technicolor set and imaginative props: the film has been called the “Wizard of Oz for Dogs.”

But the film doesn’t stop with one dog’s tale, Director Romanus Wolter is partnering with dog rescue group Herd It Through The Grapevine (HTTGV) to help make the dreams of civilian dogs come true. More at:

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