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Cop Dog
Directed by
Bill Plympton

USA / 2016 / 7

Screening Times and Venues:
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Shorts: Animation.

Q&A Attendees
*subject to change:
Come see the newest Dog short from Academy Award nominee Bill Plympton. Cop Dog follows on the heels of Guard Dog, Guide Dog, Hot Dog and Horn Dog.
Bill Plympton is an American independent animator who has directed dozens of shorts and feature-length films. He originally began his career as a cartoonist, including penning the syndicated Plympton political cartoon strip. He fell into animation professionally when he was hired to animate a music video for a song by Jules Pfeiffer. The first major animated short he made on his own, 1987's "Your Face", earned him an Academy Award nomination, as did his 2004 film "Guard Dog".
Director(s): Bill Plympton
Screenwriter(s): Bill Plympton
Production Designer(s): Wendy Cong Zhao
Animator(s): Bill Plympton
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