Doghouse is a short animated film about love & family & stuff, written, narrated and directed by Luke Kondor. The animation is by Emma Reading and the music by Haiku Salut.
The film follows the story of Rhuben, a young boy who’s parents have had a falling out, and it looks like his dad is going to be in the doghouse for a while… literally.
Luke Kondor is a writer and filmmaker from the midlands, recently migrated to London. He has written some things about some stuff, and have plans to move into writing other things about other stuff. Sometimes he makes films. Over the last few years he has been tinkering around, making odd little short films that have gone on to play at festivals all over the world including the London Short Film Festival, the Reading and Leeds Music Festivals, and even the festivals he has in his own bedroom. The later run daily and include a Q&A session with him and his cat, Oscar. Emma Reading is a freelance animator, sketcher and pixel manipulator based in the Midlands, UK.