EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: 'Four Dogs' Interviews

Tuesday, 10 June 2014 18:34
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Available Vimeo On Demand beginning June 10th is the new comedy Four Dogs from first time feature film director Joe Burke. Burke co-wrote the movie with actor Oliver Cooper (Project X), who stars alongside Dan Bakkedahl (The Heat), Kathleen McNearney (Brother, Brother, Sister), and Cooper's real life aunt Rebecca Goldstein.  

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently traveled to the actual house in Encino, CA where the film was shot and sat down with Joe Burke, Oliver Cooper, Dan Bakkedahl, and Rebecca Goldstein to talk about their work on Four Dogs. The director and actors discussed the new movie, Burke and Cooper's writing process, how they came up with the idea for the film, shooting in Goldstein's house, why Bakkedahl related to his character, and the loss of Goldstein's dog Randy

To watch our exclusive interview with the director and cast of Four Dogs, please click on the video player above. 


In this voyeuristic, slice-of-life comedic drama, we spend a week in the world of twenty-two year old Oliver (Cooper), who lives with his aunt and her four dogs in Encino, CA. Oliver has more imagination than ambition, and spends most of his time hanging out with his former acting class buddy, Dan (Bakkedahl), who's twice Oliver's age and one rejection away from calling it quits. These two unlikely friends pass the days away cruising around town, eating lunches, and hanging out back by the pool. But when a friend (McNearney) of his aunt's (Goldstein) comes to stay at the house for a few nights while in town for business, Oliver's daily routine is shaken up and his sights are redirected towards the new woman living across the hall. 

Four Dogs will be available on Vimeo On Demand beginning June 10th.

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