Archive for Dave

Win for “Humble Pie”!

Boxelder Films’ short “Humble Pie” was awarded “Best Animation” at the UK Film Festival in London in November! Thank you to our team of Jarom Neumann, Younghee Burningham, and Scott Holden!

“Humble Pie” Screening in London

Our animated short, “Humble Pie” will have its UK premiere this week in the UK Film Festival.

It will be in the shorts and animation block on Thursday, Nov. 26th at 6pm in The Framestore Preview Cinema, 19-23 Wells Street, London

This will be the film’s tenth festival screening!

“Humble Pie” to screen in Texas

Boxelder Films’ second animated short, “Humble Pie” will screen in competition at the Austin Film Festival, October 29th to November 5th!

“Two Cities” to screen in The Underfunded Film Festival

Dave Hogan’s short documentary “Two Cities” has been selected to screen in competition at the 3rd Annual Underfunded Film Festival in Provo, Utah. “Two Cities” was produced as a part of Another Language Performing Arts Company’s Ghost Town project.

This is Dave’s first independent film, and its first festival…and with “Humble Pie” still making the festival rounds, the first time Dave and Cynthia have films in festivals at the same time! Woot!

“Humble Pie” at Anibar

We’re thrilled that “Humble Pie” will be screened in the Anibar International Animation Animation Festival in Peja, Kosovo August 20th to 26th. Anibar has a special place in our hearts as we visited the festival in 2011 and met so many wonderful people. This also marks the first time we have had two films in the same festival – “My Cat is Evil” screened at Anibar last year. We’re glad to be back in spirit, if not in person!

“Two Cities” Completed…and Online!

Boxelder Films’ third release and first live-action film, “Two Cities” is finished and can be viewed at the Another Language Performing Arts Company website!

“Two Cities” explores the duality of Park City, Utah as a simultaneous mining ghost town and modern ski resort. The film, shot and directed by Dave Hogan, was commissioned as part of Another Language’s Ghost Town project. The project involved having local artists generate works inspired by Utah ghost towns. Check out “Two Cities” as well as the other projects at Another Language!

“Humble Pie” Screening in Traverse City

“Humble Pie” has been selected for screening in the 2015 Traverse City Film Festival. The invitation-only festival was founded by filmmaker Michael Moore and runs from July 28th to August 2nd in Traverse City, Michigan. The festival is committed to showing “just great movies” (ahem!) and is now in its 10th year.

“Mouths of Babes” Moves Up

“From the Mouths of Babes” has been moved up to become the fourth film released by Boxelder Films and our third animated project. We are currently seeking to interview and record imaginative kids, age 10 and under for the film. We’ve already recorded a few kids, but we need lots more! If interested, please contact us at!

“Two Cities” in Production

Boxelder Films’ first live-action project, “Two Cities” is about 3/4 of the way through production. There have been two location shoots in Park City, and hours of historical research and collecting of old photographs. There is to be one more location shoot, and then the film will go into post-production with a projected completion in Mid July.

“Humble Pie” West Coast Premiere

“Humble Pie” has been accepted into the Independent Filmmaker’s Showcase Film Festival in Beverly Hills, Ca. This will be the 20th year for the festival, running from May 26th to June 14th. Specific screening times have not been announced yet, but the info will be posted here, or visit the IFS website for details.