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All 10 of our feature films are available to enjoy on Amazon Prime Video!

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DOGMAN3: Fight to the Finish the third and final chapter of our fun and exciting movie trilogy had been scheduled for filming in Benzie County, Michigan for the spring of 2024.

Both of the previous feature films deliberately left cliffhanger questions unanswered, according to Brauer, “Now it’s time to bring exciting closure to the series”.  Brauer adds “This film will be scary and fun, family-friendly and is surprisingly redemptive”. 

 

The original primary cast, including Larry Joe Campbell, Kimberly Guerrero, and Stacie Mitchell is eager to reprise their roles, all come from Los Angeles. The balance of the professional cast hail from Michigan. 

 

To see information from Dogman and Dogman2:The Wrath of the Litter, go to:  

https://www.brauer.com/dogman-the-movie

https://www.brauer.com/dogman2--the-wrath-of-the-litter

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Dogman3 in pre-production for April 2024 shoot

Crew members, Melanie and Walt, working on one of the animatronic Dogman heads.

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Brauer Productions is happy to announce the completion of 

The DJ on Wallaker Hill

Richard Brauer © 2024

Check out the trailer!

 

Click HERE for a peek behind the scenes.

Check out our latest movie,  The DJ on Wallaker Hill.  Stay tuned, COMING SOON to Amazon Prime Video!

We were so happy to be able to share this movie with you at Traverse City’s awesome community venue… the OLD TOWN PLAYHOUSE! Thanks for coming and supporting local art! 

It’s Christmas eve, 1963, and a winter storm rages outside. The small wilderness AM radio station does what it can to entertain and inform its listeners who live across the vast reaches of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.  The station’s only staff on this particular night is JOHNNY, who really just wants to put in his time and finish his shift at midnight.

But things change when he gets a visit from the telephone repairman and senses that there might be something else to this man.  In any case, he really doesn’t care one way or another and tries his best to ignore him. The problem however, is that the man won’t leave.   

The drama that follows, contained within the cramped walls of this remote cement block structure, unravels the challenge that making the distinction between citizen and criminal can be a difficult and perhaps impossible task.  

Johnny gets more for Christmas than he bargained for.  

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