At long last, the film of Neither Wolf nor Dog

Not much to say here, except to reprint my facebook post:

The film of Neither Wolf nor Dog premiered to wonderful acclaim at the Edinburgh Film Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. Here is a reviewer’s response to the showing: http://www.edfestmag.com/neither-wolf-nor-dog/

Enjoy.  I certainly am.  Maybe a distributor will pick up the film here in the States.  We shall see.

14 comments

  1. Shelley says:

    Kent that was a really GREAT review ! I’m just DYING to see it !! Keep us posted–it’s very exciting !!

  2. Pam says:

    Wonderful. Just wonderful. It sounds like Steve did your story justice. So thankful that others may now give it the attention it deserves.

  3. Linda & Dwight Vogel says:

    Great review of the film based on a great book! Can’t wait to see it!!!😃

  4. Barbara Metzger says:

    Congratulations everyone! So happy this story is getting out there for more people to hear.

  5. Meredith says:

    are there more film fests in the future? anxious to see this project succeed, so hopefully there is a lot of word of mouth interest generated.

  6. knerburn says:

    Everything is in Steven’s hands. I’m just the messenger. Keep an eye on his facebook site, neither wolf nor dog movie. Better yet, sign up and ask to be a friend. Then you’ll know everything that happens in real time, or as close as we’re going to get.

  7. Michael says:

    What great news!! This is such an important story. It needs to be seen by as many people as possible.
    Is there anything I can do to promote it?

  8. Larry ONeal says:

    Congratulations Kent on the successful showing of your story. I know that your heart has been in this project for so many years. I am hopeful to its release to a much wider audience here at home in the days to come.

  9. knerburn says:

    Larry, it’s so good to hear from you. I’ve been thinking about you lately. Now that I see your email I’ll write you a longer note one of these days.

  10. Nora Stewart [Shultz] says:

    I am currently re-reading Neither Wolf Nor Dog for my Minneapolis Washburn Library book club. It was my suggestion. Its even better the second time. I want the world to read it. Thrilled to read the review of the movie and can hardly wait to see it.

  11. Tatian Greenleaf says:

    Fantastic! Congratulations… well deserved.

    I do so hope to see the film in the U.S. soon. Meanwhile, I think I’ll start re-reading your novels. The Girl Who Sang to the Buffalo was such a powerful, spiritual, immersive experience for me.

  12. Natalia Panteleeva says:

    Thank you very much! Can not wait to see the film!

  13. Christa Stigter says:

    This is fantastic can’t wait to see it in The Netherlands soon. I will also start te reread this inspirational story.

    Thank you so much,

  14. Edward Rosen says:

    Very well done, and a long time coming! I eagerly await seeing it myself. You, the actors, producer/director, crew et. al. should feel very proud of the effort and production. And now, finally, a premiere and a glowing review! May this smooth the way for needed compassion, understanding, dialog and catharsis (if possible). So glad Dave Bald Eagle was able to see it released!

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