Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Berkeley Breathed Brings Flawed Dogs to Dream Works Animation.
Dream Works Animation SKG.Inc. announced that Pulitzer prize winning cartoonist Berkeley Breathed is bringing Flawed Dogs his previously picture and novel to the big screen for a feature film adaption at the studio.Breathed is best known for creating Bloom country,a 1980's cartoon -comic strip featuring opus the Pengium.He will serve as executive producer of the object.Which Dream Works Animation's head of development Alex schwartz and development executive Damon Ross are overseeing.
Flawed Dogs tells the tabled tale of a dachshund whose dreams are shattered when he is wrongly exiled from his loving human family by a jealous show Dag.Landing in the last Ditch dog Depository,our hero ralies a comically misfit troop of "Flawed" dogs to help him take down his purebred nemesis at the international Dog show championship in Rome.
"In Flawed Dogs,we have a dog movie that has edge as well as heart,which will be inspired by the singularly brilliant.Visual and comedic sensibility of Berkeley Breathed,"said schwartz
A Dream works Animation we are excited to work with him on what we believe to be a universally appealing story that captures the unique and profound relationship between humans and their Dogs".
"All my stories are sparked by a huggest of truth hiding in plain sight.in this case,it's that all animals Dream...but only Dogs dream of us,"
added Berkeley breathed."I look forwared to collabrating with the talented creative team at Dream works Animation to bring flawed Dogs to cinematic life".