POSTER FOR BOBO: LOOSE OFFICE DOG
Synopsis: An elusive toy poodle known only as "Bobo" is loose in a Manhattan office building, and one determined employee is reallocating all company resources to ensure her capture and, thus, prove her existence.
Bobo: Loose Office Dog was filmed over a period of three months in New York City in 2009. I directed, produced and starred in this short film alongside arguably the world's cutest teacup poodle, and the titular star of the show. This was the second in what had been planned as a trilogy in the Adventures of Bobo series, and debuted to an audience at a small theater in Manhattan soon after its completion.
It can currently be seen, in its entirety, right here on this page, and has been officially designated as an American Short Film on the Internet Movie Database, one of the most popular media destinations on the web.
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For the CentralParkerDotCom Instagram Channel, I made a one-minute trailer for Bobo: Loose Office Dog. I include it here only because sometimes trailers are fun and, plus, it's kinda visually cool!
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Bobo: Loose Office Dog is currently the only short film created by Brad Parker designated as an American Short Film on the Internet Movie Database, one of the most popular media destinations on the web.
At the time of the film's release, lead actor Brad Parker's landlord and neighbor was actor Casey Siemaszko, star of numerous big-screen releases spanning three decades.
Soon after filming began, Bobo's fur was "sheared" by actress Parker Posey, and production was halted for three weeks while Bobo's fluffy white coat grew back.
All interiors scenes were filmed, after hours, at a company called Digitas on Park Avenue in New York City.
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