June 2, 2007 Saturday 8:00 PM
Autry National Center (Pawsapalooza) Griffith Park
Los Angeles, CA

American Broadcast
HBO/Cinemax
March 15, 2005

by Emmy award-winning filmmaker
Gayle Kirschenbaum

starring Shih Tzu Diva

Chelsea

HBO/Cinemax premiere March 15, 2005 at 7:30 PM

California
Tiburon International Film Festival

March 13, 2005 1:50 PM
www.tiburonfilmfestival.com

New York
Loew's Cineplex, 312 West 34th Street
October 23rd, 2004 Saturday at 11:00 AM
October 24th, Sunday at 8:00 PM (Q & A with filmmaker)

San Francisco (www.filmarts.org) (415) 641 7657 / box office: 415 647-2822
Brava Theater Center (www.brava.org) 2781 24th Street, San Francisco
September 10th, Friday at 5:00 PM
September 11th, Saturday at 2:30 PM

Woods Hole Film Festival (www.woodsholefilmfestival.org) (508) 495 3456
Woods Hole, Massachusets on Cape Cod

August 1, 2004, Sunday, 7:00 PM
Old Fire Station on Water Street

April 17, 2004, Saturday, 9:30 AM
Newport Beach International Film Festival
Edwards Island Cinema, Theater 6, Fashion Island
999 Newport Center Drive
Newport Beach, California

Los Angeles Screening

April 22, 2004, Thursday, 8:00 PM
Echo Park Film Center 1200 North Alvarado Street (by Sunset Blvd), Los Angeles

April 24th, Saturday 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM
Beverly Hills
Wilshire Screening Room
8670 Wilshire Blvd, # 112
Between La Cienaga Blvd and Robertson Blvd.


US PREMIERE
October 28, 2003, Tuesday 7:30 PM

Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival
Cinema Paradiso
503 SE 6 Street Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301


WORLD PREMIERE
October 18, 2003, Saturday
St. John's International Women's Film & Women Festival
St. John's, NewFoundland, CANADA

DOGAMENTARY UNLEASHED
Diva Dog's Dog Premiere on HBO/Cinemax

Chelsea, a 13-pound Shih Tzu, has spent the last two years shooting a documentary... make that a DOGamentary...about her life, wearing her own doggie-cam. Her "stage mom" (who doubles as her agent), Emmy-award-winning television producer Gayle Kirschenbaum, says Chelsea was born for the spotlight, and can't wait for the offers to start rolling in.

What began as a light-hearted film about one day in Chelsea's life turned into a story about a single woman's search for love and the unmatchable bond between humans and animals. While filming in downtown New York on September 11th, 2001, Gayle's camera turned on something shocking: the twin towers falling. When a grief-stricken woman asked if she could hold Chelsea for comfort, Gayle realized that her playful companion might have a larger purpose.
Soon, Chelsea was certified as a therapy dog, visiting families affected by the World Trade Center attacks as well as patients in hospitals. Chelsea was credited with bringing a woman out of a coma.
Chelsea and Gayle have attracted the attention of international media, including a front page feature article in the The New York Times, an appearance on the Today Show, and the Howard Stern show and an article in the Ladies' Home Journal. The film includes guest appearances by celebrities including Katie Couric.

Also taken with the subject, legendary documentarian Albert Maysles (Grey Gardens, Gimme Shelter) is featured in the dogamentary as well as films a number of scenes.

June 4, 2005 - 7:30 PM
International Dog Film Festival (30 minute version)
The Academy of Natural Sciences
1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA

Provincetown International Film Festival (36 minute version)
Friday, June 17 at 11:30am, Crown and Anchor
Saturday, June 18 at 11:30am, Cape Inn
Tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts

July 12, 2005 - 7:30 PM
Makor Cultural Center (92nd St Y) (52 minute version)
Steinhardt Building
35 West 67th Street
New York, NY

Please note that there are three cuts of
the film.
1. 36 minute version seen on HBO/Cinemax
2. 52 minute version- Director's Cut
3. 30 minute version cut for International Dog Festival

The DVD has the 36 and 52 minute version and lots of extras including an interview with Albert Maysles, legendary documentarian who is featured in the dogamentary and shot part of it. Plus a music video of the theme song by Dave's True Story and an interview with the director.

September 8th, Thursday - 7:00 PM
Reality Bites (www.realitybites.net)
100 Main Street
Nyack, NY
845- 358-8800

October 24, 2005 Monday - 7:30 PM
Port Jefferson Arts Council presents "Dogamentary"
Village Cinema Film Series (www.gpjac.org)
Theater Three (box office - 631 928-9100) Arts Council 631 473-5220
412 Main Street
Port Jefferson, Long Island, New York

November 5, 2005 Saturday - 4:00 PM
Rivertowns Arts Council presents
Irvington Public Library
12 South Astor Street, Irvington, NY 10533
914 591 7840
November 26, 2005 Saturday - 8:00 PM
International Dog Film Festival
Symphony Space 2537 Broadway (95th St) New York, NY

January 18 , 2006 Wednesday - 7:00 PM
Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue @ 2nd Street, New York, NY

212 505-5181
New Filmmakers Series

May 5 , 2006 Wednesday - 10:00 AM
Lake Arrowhead Film Festival
Majestic Theater
, Lake Arrowhead
909 337 7587
arrowheadfilm@aol.com

June 11 , 2006 Sunday 7:00 PM
White Dog Cafe
3420 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA
19104
215 386 9224
*Chelsea and Gayle will be attending.

June 22 , 2006 Tuesday 5:30 PM
Avignon Film Festival
Avignon, France
Subtitled in French "Un Vie de Chien"
*Gayle will be attending.

October 25 , 2006 Wednesday 7:30 PM
Scarsdale Library (Scott Room)
Scarsdale, NY (54 Olmstead Road)
*Gayle & Chelsesa will be attending.
And will show also promo for new film MY NOSE
January 17, 2009 1:00 PM Saturday
A Day That Matters
Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village

January 24, 2009 @ 7:00 PM Saturday
East West Living
78 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY
212 243 5994
*Gayle & Chelsesa will be attending.
And will show also promo for new film MY NOSE

February 24, 2009 at 7:00 PM
Harvard Film Club at The Tank
354 W 45 St. New York, NY