— You could get a copy of this "autobiography" by Willard Carroll -- we have 5 to give away.
— Well, he came from a place called the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm. Let's take a look at its conditions.
— "Animal Rescue," due in 2014, reflects the star's interest in Pit Bull advocacy.
— Like it or not, pet preservation is a thing. We talk to director Amy Finkel, who takes a nonjudgemental approach to such memorials in her documentary.
— Baby Boy wins the Palm Dog for work with Michael Douglas and Matt Damon in "Behind the Candelabra."
— The Academy Awards' Best Picture nominees get reshot with all-dog casts -- which is only right.
— You can watch the animated short, which reimagines the story of Genesis to include a dog.
— The filmmaker is raising money for the documentary via Kickstarter.
— Watch Bella-Pug and Edward-Shepherd battle the "Dogturi" in this silly, fun video.
— OK, not really. But Disney, if you're listening, we'd really like to see a Banthapug in the next episode of Star Wars.
— The gallery stocks numerous items from motion pictures starring dogs.
— We speak with the canine star of "The Artist" on the release of his book, "Uggie: My Story." You can win a copy!
— A celebration of the finest dogs to ever stand by and wait for their owners -- and wait, and wait, and wait.
— Based on this 2-minute preview, it could be the worst dog movie ever. See what you think.
— Irish writer-director Martin McDonagh makes a cute little dog his movie's prime mover.
— He flew to the moon in a cardboard craft. Now he wants your vote in a Virgin Media film contest.
— How do you break your dog into TV, film, and advertising? Start by taking a lesson from these high-profile pooches.
— The full-length film opens Oct. 5, but see bits of it here in this short movie-about-a-movie.
— When the filmmaker lost his beloved Rottweiler, he made a film to cope with his sadness.
— Dogster interviews John Beck, director of the film that goes behind the scenes to find beauty in the beastly.
— No, Bart Simpson's dog is NOT on the list -- that's the first thing we checked.
— Steven Latham's PBS documentary takes a positive approach to shelter dogs. It's currently airing throughout the U.S. -- and hitting big on social media.
— Yoichi Sai's movie paints a charming portrait of a guide dog for the blind. And the puppy scenes? Kawaii alert!
— Many stars of yesteryear worked for scraps -- and couldn't have been happier. We remember when Hollywood went to the dogs.
— Like Italian films? Love dogs? You've got to check out this wistful comedy that's making the rounds in the U.S.
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