Red Dog: True Blue Heads to Berlinale 2017

Yes it seems our favourite kelpie is getting his dues internationally as it was announced today that Red Dog: True Blue will be screening at the 67th Berlinale in February 2017. The film is also playing Sundance Film Festival in January!

Check out the press release below!

Roadshow Films and Good Dog Distribution are proud to announce that RED DOG: True Blue will screen in the 40th edition of Generation at the 67th Berlinale.

“It is a thrill for team behind RED DOG: True Blue to return to the Berlinale as they were the very first international film festival to discover and screen the first film in 2011,” said producer Nelson Woss.

“It’s good to see the iconic RED DOG legend continuing to roam far and wide!”

The film has now been accepted into the prestigious Berlin and Sundance Film Festivals, which is highly unusual for an Australian family film.

RED DOG: True Blue is an iconic Australian story of family, friendship and adventure, about a young boy and a scrappy one-of-a-kind dog that would grow up to become an Australian legend.

RED DOG: True Blue hits Australian cinemas on Boxing Day.

About RED DOG: True Blue

When eleven year old Mick (Levi Miller) is shipped off to his grandfather’s (Bryan Brown) cattle station in the remote Pilbara region of Western Australia, he prepares himself for a life of dull hardship, but instead finds myth, adventure, and a friendship with a scrappy, one-of-a-kind dog that will change his life forever.

The creative team behind the original RED DOG film; director Kriv Stenders, producer Nelson Woss and writer Daniel Taplitz all return for the new installment.

RED DOG: True Blue stars Levi Miller, Bryan Brown and a new canine star named Phoenix.