Film ‘Car Dogs’ debuts March 24 and featured 85 ASU film students on the crew
Professor at ASU and Executive Director at ASU Film Spark, Adam Collis has directed the deviously delightful new film, “Car Dogs,” which was shot entirely in the Valley. As an added bonus, 85 ASU students served as crewmembers and got the in-depth experience of making a feature film. “Car Dogs” stars Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer, Oscar nominated Nia Vardalos, George Lopez, Patrick J. Adams and Chris Mulkey. The film had red carpet debut March 20 at Harkins Theatres Camelview in Scottsdale and debuts in select Harkins Theatres March 24.
The roundtable interview with the cast and writer, Mark King took place at Bottled Blonde in Scottsdale and was so much fun as everyone spilled the secrets of the film. The red carpet took place at Harkins Theatres Camelview and was packed to the gills with cast, crew and fans!
'Car Dogs' Cast and Crew Roundtable Interviews and Red Carpet Arrivals
“Car Dogs” debuts March 24 exclusively at these Harkins Theatres:
Avondale, Gateway Pavilions 18
Casa Grande, Casa Grande 14
Chandler, Chandler Fashion 20
Flagstaff, Flagstaff 11
Mesa, Superstition Springs 25
Phoenix, Christown 14
Phoenix, North Valley 16
Prescott Valley, Prescott Valley 14
Scottsdale, Shea 14
Tempe, Arizona Mills 24
Tempe, Marketplace 16
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‘Car Dogs’ Synopsis
The premise of “Car Dogs” is a crazy romp with the staff car dealership at Chamberlain Auto as they set out to sell 300 cars in just eight hours. What happens during the course of the day is a wild ride of backstabbing, conniving, loyalty and friendship. Collis and the cast and crew of “Car Dogs” constructed a film that showcases filmmaking in Arizona and tells a behind-the-scenes story of the often painful and cringe worthy experience many of us have gone through during the process of buying a car at a car dealership.