“Head Trip”, the documentary by John Law and Flecher Fleudujon about the 2003 Doggie Diner Dog Head cross-country road trip will be screening at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco on Sunday, October 26th at 7:15pm and Monday, October 27th at 9:30pm as part of the SF Doc Fest. “Head Trip” is produced by Central Services and Truth Serum Productions, in association with Laughing Squid.
Just as the bombs started falling on Baghdad in early 2003, some of San Francisco most eccentric performers and whimsical characters (Bishop Joey/Ed Holmes, Steven Raspa, Blake More, Jarico Reese, etc.) set out for New York City accompanied by three ten foot tall, three hundred pound fiberglas Dachshund Heads. Careening across America, the crew visits the Grand Canyon, Graceland, the Gateway Arch, Mt. Rushmore, the Washington Monument and many other celebrated roadside attractions along the way. Hauled in tow behind the SF Cyclecide Bike Rodeo’s 1966 Gillig Autobus, the Doggies encounter the spirit of America during a confusing period. Roadside encounters with citizens and rendezvous with eccentric artist comrades through out the “Middle” States are the heart of this journey.
See Previously: Head Trip, A Doggie Diner Dog Head Cross-Country Documentary
photo by Jon Alloway