It's that scary time of year so Anna chats to cinema journalist and founder of the FIDOs and Palm Dog, Toby Rose, about how scary dogs have been portrayed in film such as Cujo, the Hound of Baskervilles and Werewolves and how it's contributed to the enduring myth of the 'Black Dog.'
A DOG'S LIFE with Anna Webb. Toby Rose founder of the FIDOs talks about this year's canine film awards
Cinema journalist, and founder of the Palm Dog, Toby Rose joins Anna to talk about the up coming For Incredible Dogs Onscreen (FIDO) Awards 2021, recognising the vital role of canines in films, before the Palm Dog awards to be staged in July at the Cannes Film Festival. With awards categories including: Mutt Moment, Blockbuster Bowser, Comedy Canine, Rom Com Rover, Historical Hound and best Dog Dox, the FIDOs highlights the steadfast role dogs have played in our lives through lockdowns and the pandemic, not least on the big (or small) screen. In line with covid social restrictions, the FIDOs will run as a pop up in London’s groovy Coal Drops Yard, behind King’s Cross, between 21-24 May with the awards ceremony on Sunday 23rd May. All the stunning prizes are designed and made in London by Creature Clothes.
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