New to VOD this week:

Luke Dick and Casey Pinkston

World Premiere:
SXSW 2019

Select Festivals:
DOC NYC, Lone Star, deadCENTER, Nashville, San Antonio

A musician explores the history of the infamous Oklahoma City strip club in which he grew up.

The film screened as part of DOC NYC, for which our program notes read:
Once upon a time, in downtown Oklahoma City, a seedy strip club called the Red Dog Saloon was an emblem of the 1970s oil boom. It also served as the childhood home of award-winning musician Luke Dick and his infamous go-go dancing mother Kim. Combining funky animation, archival footage, and interviews with Red Dog regulars, this quirky, high-spirited film reconstructs the culture and times of the strip club, as well as the circumstances that led to Kim and Luke’s unorthodox life there.

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