FILM PRODUCTION

Hello and thank you for checking out the PRODUCTION page. While everyone sees the work done by the actors, there are always TONS of people working in the background making the film a reality. Even though February’s Dog is a smaller, independent film, there are still many, many friends, family, strangers, and businesses that have been INSTRUMENTAL in making this film a reality. And often at their own expense, or more specifically at no expense to February’s Dog. AMAZING!! So please take some time and go through this page – its a long one, but well worth the read so you too can get an appreciation that it “took a village” to raise this movie. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

MAIN PRODUCTION GROUP


LUCTOR FILMS

PAUL J CHINOOK

Paul wore many hats including: Producer, Head Script Writer, Casting Director, Locations Manager and Set Decorator,


MARDELL BEAUDOIN

Mardell is the Executive Producer of this film as well as Head of Catering.


GEORDIE DAY

GEORDIE DAY

Geordie is performing additional film and sound editing for February’s Dog.


L&C STYLE PRIMARY FILM CREW

CANDACE SCHMIDT-GONZALEZ

Candace produced and directed February’s Dog.

LUIS GONZALEZ

Luis was first AD, Director of Photograhy and Film Editor.


DEREK WILDER

Derek was B Camera Operator, Second Boom Operator and emergency background actor.


PAUL DU TOIT SCHREVE

Paul is the Production Sound Engineer and Post Audio Mixer.


NOELLE FUCHS

Second Production Sound.


JOURNEY GONZALEZ

Gopher, clapper girl



SPECIAL THANKS TO…

DOUG WILSON

Doug was Assistant Script Writer, Lighting Assistant, Website Development, and all-round supportive guy.


REJEAN BEAUDOIN

Rejean assisted in construction, props, set decoration, and catering to name a few.


VIOLET NORDSTROM

GABRIELLE GERLE

Additional Clapper Girls.


BRYCE CHINOOK

Official Film Photographer


VEHICLE PROVIDERS

Thank you to Mardell Beaudoin, Doug Wilson, and Katherine Wilson.



SET LOCATIONS

February’s Dog was shot in and around Calgary, Alberta. For any of you who have been to this area of the world, you will know that there are wonderful Rocky Mountain vistas to be viewed – a truly wonderful place to shoot a film. Here are some of the prime locations used. We thank everyone involved for providing us access to such amazing and authentic locales – it really added so much to the film’s authenticity and overall quality. All of these people donated their sets for no charge and we really appreciate it. Please support the bars, restaurants and grocers who supported us and the Mental Health cause.

APEX EQUIPMENT LTD. OFFICE – CALGARY, AB
MR. ROD CHINOOK

This Oil Services office worked very well for the APEX office and supply shop.


MARV’S CLASSIC SODA SHOP – BLACK DIAMOND, AB
MARV

What an amazing 1950’s Diner! You NEED to take the short drive out for lunch or dinner.


POWDERHORN SALOON – BRAGG CREEK, AB

An amazing country bar experience! Well worth checking out!


IRONWOOD STAGE & GRILL – CALGARY, AB

The famous Ironwood was the perfect setting for a rural bar. Drop by sometime!


COUNTRY FOOD MART – BLACK DIAMOND, AB

The perfect small town store. Fargo Season 2 filmed here also. Support this wonderful family grocer.


THE CL RANCH – ROCKY VIEW, AB
THE COPITHORNE FAMILY

We loved being able use this gorgeous house located beside the VERY famous old west town.


MAYFAIR DIAGNOSTICS – CALGARY, AB

An excellent set for all of our medical scenes. Thank you very much.


GLADYS UNITED CHURCH – GLADYS, AB

Just a lovely small town Alberta Church. It really added to a pivotal scene in the movie.


THE RAMADA INN – MOTEL VILLAGE CALGARY, AB

Jedd’s “temporary” home.


THE BEAUDOIN RANCH – HIGH RIVER, AB
THE BEAUDOIN FAMILY

The Ranch was the perfect home for Dale & Emily – really creating that country atmosphere.


THE WILSON RESIDENCE – ROCKY VIEW, AB
THE WILSON FAMILY

This home was a great fit for the Artie Newbury family! As was the yard.


THE HAYES-GOULDING RESIDENCE – CALGARY, AB
THE HAYES-GOULDING FAMILY

This home was perfect for Nigel Loggins. It’s layout added greatly to Nigels pivotal scenes.


THE BARNES RESIDENCE – CALGARY, AB
THE BARNES FAMILY

Another perfect home for the movie. This home was Jedd’s former residence.


FILM SPONSORS

Everyone involved with February’s Dog would like to thank our sponsors. Each and every one of you have made a huge difference in the production of this film. The following are the major sponsors of February’s Dog. Please support these local, Alberta based organizations.


CALGARY SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT GROUP

This was a big one! The ability to use the Flames, Stampeders, Rough Neck and Hitmen logos added significantly to the realism of a Southern Alberta film.


WILD ROSE BREWERY

Wild Rose couldn’t have been more helpful and we applaud all that they have done for this film. Thank you so much!


HIGHWOOD DISTILLERS

A proudly Albertan company that was behind this film 100%. Almost 40 years of whiskey making on the prairies. Raise a glass of Ninety Whiskey to these wonderful folks. 


NAL RESOURCES

This is a model energy company. Accommodating is an understatement. Very responsible and proactive about being a great partner in developing Alberta with Albertans. 


URBAN TIMBER

Darren and crew are wizards with metal and reclaimed wood. Darren has his own mental health campaign worth supporting called “Wood to remember” urbantimber.ca/wood-to-remember


CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION – CALGARY

Passionate people who care deeply about what they do. Follow them on social media to be better informed on mental health issues and prepared to help yourself and others.  www.cmha.ca 


MUSIC SOUNDTRACK

One of the great powers of a movie is its ability to link up emotion creating music with the movies story. Music ties a movie together like no other element. In the creation of February’s Dog – a film about Albertans, by Albertans – it was very important for Paul J Chinook to incorporate local Alberta based music into the film. Check back soon as we will provide a list of these awesome songsmiths and their amazing additions to the film. Please check them all out.