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Dogwoof

Dogwoof

Dogwoof is a London-based documentary film company integrating production, sales, and theatrical distribution. Dogwoof has so far released 31 Oscar-nominated documentaries, with five wins and an additional four BAFTA winners; notable titles include 2023 Oscar-winning and BAFTA-winning Navalny, Oscar®-winning and BAFTA-winning Free Solo, BAFTA-nominated Apollo 11, BAFTA-winning The Act of Killing, and Blackfish. Dogwoof is increasingly ramping up its development & production activities and recent titles it has financed and produced include: Playing with Sharks (Sundance 2021, National Geographic), The Lost Leonardo (Tribeca 2021, Sony Pictures Classics), Citizen Ashe (Telluride 2021, CNN / HBO Max), and McEnroe (Tribeca 2022, Showtime and NBC Universal). Dogwoof started 2023 with three Oscar® and three BAFTA-nominations, with all three titles premiering and winning awards in Sundance 2022: Navalny by Daniel Roher which won both the US Documentary Audience Award and the Audience Favourite Award and went on to receive the 2023 Oscar® and BAFTA awards; All That Breathes by Shaunak Sen which took the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize and was part of the Cannes 2022 official selection; and Fire of Love by Sara Dosa, winner of the Jonathan Oppenheim Editing Award. Dogwoof will premiere two films at TIFF 2023, Copa 71 by Rachel Ramsay and James Erskine, executive produced by Serena & Venus Williams and Alex Morgan, which is the opening film of TIFF and Swan Song by Chelsea McMullan, executive produced by Neve Campbell, which will screen as a special presentation. Current films in production include, Lomu on rugby legend Jonah Lomu; Schmeichel about the world's greatest soccer goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, and Fastest Thing on Wings directed by Sally Aitken and produced by Bettina Dalton, the team behind Playing With Sharks.

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