Trailer for Sniff the Dog Movie



Film Production Snapshots

Making a movie is hard work, and a lot of great fun, too. We hope you enjoy some of these behind the scenes moments of the stars and crew.



Diary of a Film-Maker's Wife

A note from Kim: Scroll down to the end if you want to read this in chronological order. (Recommended, but not strictly necessary…)



Sniff at the 2nd Annual New York Dog Film Festival October 15, 2016

Sniff has been invited to the 2nd Annual Dog Film Festival in New York City! Our screening is at 11am October 15, 2016 at Symphony Space at 95th & Broadway. Spread the news to your New York dog-loving friends! For more details click here 


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"Dog" (1979) was Barry's first film, and the inspiration for Sniff. It played in theaters as a short ahead of Odeon features.



All Ways Welcome: Where the filmmakers met

In 1989 Barry and Kim made a film for the Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Recreation...





Roxie Cinema Bow Wow International Film Festival

Saturday November 12, 2011 at 12:30
3117 16th Street, San Francisco, CA

Come early to meet some of our dog film stars!

Here's what the Roxie organizers have to say about this first-ever event:

"The spry 102 year old Roxie Theater, San Francisco's oldest continually operating theater, will open its doors to our furry four-legged friends! Join us as we watch a variety of dog films, host a dog show competition, as well as an online movie short competition. The proceeds from ticket sales go to help one of our favorite nonprofit charities, Muttville, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of senior dogs. We understand what it is like to be the oldest dog in the business and we want to show our support to other senior dogs!"
Sniff kicks off this all-day event for dog-lovers and their dogs. All-day passes are $70 or you can buy a ticket for Sniff for $10. Free doggie daycare will be available during the screening.

For more information about the event click here.



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