Dog Bowl, written and directed by Film and Media Studies alumnus Gordy Hoffman, will premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival this Sunday, June 14th at 9:30pm. The short film follows a heartbroken girl spiraling through life who stumbles upon the true nature of her existence after stealing the vest off of a service dog. The movie will screen at Regal Cinemas at LA live in downtown Los Angeles. Tickets are available on the LA Film Fest website.
Hoffman’s film credits include Love Liza, directed by Todd Louiso and starring his brother, Philip Seymour Hoffman, which won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. He made his feature directorial debut with his script, A Coat of Snow, which premiered at the 2005 Locarno International Film Festival. Hoffman continues to proudly support the University of Kansas as a Professional Advisory Board member for the Department of Film and Media Studies.