In this video, filmmaker and filmmaker Jason DeMarco explores the power of animation and how to make a movie about your dog, which he calls Dogville.
The story of Dogville, which premieres this summer on PBS, follows the life of a dog named Chippy who is the focus of a new documentary called Dogville: The Journey, set to premiere on PBS on Nov. 30.
(The documentary also includes a music video that is also being released in theaters.)
The first part of the video focuses on Chippy’s childhood, which starts out in a small town in Texas.
He is adopted by a group of friends who raise him and learn to play fetch, which is a game where dogs must follow a predetermined path to the goal.
Eventually, Chippy learns to go on his own.
“My dad taught me how to fetch,” he says in the video.
“So it was an easy thing for me to do.”
The video begins with the narrator talking about how the story is narrated by a dog who is just learning to walk.
“Chippy has this amazing instinct,” he explains.
“He’s so smart.
And I’ve seen him learn so much about people.
He learned to walk the dog, and he’s a very independent guy.
And when you go out with him, he loves it.
But he also likes the freedom, and the freedom is what you really want for a dog.
So he’s kind of the opposite of a kid, and I’m kind of a boy.”
Chippy’s life is complicated and complicated, however.
He has an older brother, but when Chippy gets older, he grows up in a new world and becomes part of a family, and has trouble finding a place to call his own home.
As he learns to navigate his new environment, Chipper learns to interact with people as well.
“And I think that’s where it really starts to go wrong,” he continues.
“Because he’s so young, and it’s really a place for him to be.
He’s so happy.
But it’s like, I can’t be this person.
It’s a big thing.”
It’s also a place Chippy must learn to love, too.
The rest of the film focuses on his relationship with Chippy.
The narrator says Chippy loves Chippy and will never leave him.
He can be so needy.
It can be very hard to talk to a dog about love.
“Chippy is not a sweet guy,” the narrator says.
“And that’s what he wants.”
And he’s the one who must keep Chippy away from other dogs and cats, because Chippy is a “bad dog.”
Chippys life is a roller coaster, and Chippy never stops learning.
The video starts with a montage of footage of Chippy learning to fetch.
Chippy walks a long, straight path to a house, where he is met by a family of people, who have no idea what Chippy wants.
The family introduces Chippy to his new friends, and everyone loves Chippys enthusiasm and eagerness to play with the dogs.
“It’s so much fun, especially in the morning when they play fetch,” Chippy says in one of the clips.
“When they play it with me, I love it.”
Chippy starts learning to do things that are good for Chippy, like fetch and chase.
“He loves it,” the family says in another clip.
“We always see him chasing his toy, chasing his dog, chasing other dogs.
And that’s why he loves the toys, the treats.
That’s what his life is about.”
The family then shows Chippy a video of Chippies mother, who is still mourning the loss of her son.
Chippsy is happy and full of life.
“I love that,” he sings in the clip.
Chipper loves his mother and loves her forever.
The video ends with the dog running away from the family and chasing a ball with the family’s dog, who catches him.
The dog runs off with Chippy, who chases after it.
The film ends with a clip of Chipper chasing the dog in a chase.
“You have to love your dog!”
Chippy sings in another.
“If you’re not happy with the life that you have, you have to do something about it.”
The video has been watched over 1.3 million times.
A few weeks ago, Chippie won the prestigious Academy Award for Best Animated Short for his performance in The Good Dinosaur.
His character, Chompy, has a great big nose and big blue eyes, which are the signature features of the animals in the movie.
He also has a big personality, which gives the character his own personality.
Chompies popularity also gave Chippy his own short film, Chimp City, which premiered in 2017.
The film features a narrator that talks to Chipp