Tour Updates 7-12-17

I’m booking more dates on our Fall Tour (September 14- November 4, 2017). Things are looking good in Nashville, Denver, and Salt Lake City. I’ll have more details soon. We’re also talking to some possible tour sponsors and I am hopeful.

My goal is to get as many Road Dog readings and Signings in as many cities as possible on our route.

Here’s another clip from my reading at O’Connor’s earlier this year. This is about the Father-Daughter Dance and this section is called “I Have Two Left Feet”. Enjoy!

Thanks to Whit Draper and Don Campbell on guiter and bass, and to Enie Vaisburd for filming it.

If you want to add Road Dog to your book shelf you can order it right here. And I’d be happy to sign it for you.

It’s only $16.95 + Free Shipping (for a limited time) (U.S. Only)

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If you live outside the U.S. please contact me at botherme@angryfilmmaker.com and I can get you a quote on what it would cost to send you a book.

Road Dog and FREE SHIPPING (for a limited time)

Now you can enjoy a copy of Road Dog at home and not have to pay shipping costs.

“Road Dog is exceptional, thanks to its author, Kelley Baker, and Moses, his traveling companion. It is a joy to share their adventures, to smile, to laugh, to cry. Kelley Baker has the talent to keep the reader with him and Moses, to explore the joys and difficulties of life on the road, and to have the reader be part of it. Kelley Baker is honest and open. He dealt with a lot of tough stuff and he lays it out and we absorb it and understand. Kelley Baker writes so beautifully I shake my head in agreement even if I have never been to Iowa or Texas, or been on the road for weeks at a time…with a wonderful dog. Road Dog is a gem. Read it…feel it…love it.” – Freddi Carlip, Runner’s Gazette

What is Road Dog about? Well I’m glad you asked.

Road Dog Book Trailer from The Angry Filmmaker on Vimeo.

“In my youth, I’ve had the opportunity to go on the road with a ska/reggae band as a roadie. I’ve always dreamt of how to translate that to the world of filmmaking. Kelley’s book allows us to live vicariously through his adventures. Lastly, I’m not gonna lie to you, but this is one of the very few books that brought me to tears. I think it could be the best work that Baker has done. Worth the read!” – Scott McMahon, The Film Trooper Podcast

If you want to add Road Dog to your book shelf you can order it right here. And I’d be happy to sign it for you.

It’s only $16.95 + Free Shipping (for a limited time) (U.S. Only)

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If you live outside the U.S. please contact me at botherme@angryfilmmaker.com and I can get you a quote on what it would cost to send you a book.

Please visit this site often as I’ll be updating our Fall Tour.

Fall Tour Updates

The Dog Face Boy, Fiona, and I will be on the road from September 15th to November 4th. Right now cities we have booked include, Chicago, Kansas City, Dallas, and Wichita. We are working on many more and I will be updating this list again in the next week or so. So stay tuned.

Please visit this site often to get updates on our Fall Tour. There will be more coming soon. Very soon.

A special thank you to Fiona Baker, Marc Rose, Fuse Audio, Slim Pickens and The Dog Face Boy.

If you want to add Road Dog to your book shelf you can order it right here. And I’d be happy to sign it for you.

It’s only $16.95 + Free Shipping (for a limited time) (U.S. Only)

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If you live outside the U.S. please contact me at botherme@angryfilmmaker.com and I can get you a quote on what it would cost to send you a book.

Thank you all for your support. Have a safe 4th of July and remember if you can’t be good, at least be original!

Film Trooper Podcast featuring Kelley Baker

Hey Everybody I was just on the most recent Film Trooper Podcast talking about touring the U.S. to show my independent films and of course my new book Road Dog. It was a great conversation.

Check it out! – Here’s the link – http://filmtrooper.com/136

Thank you Scott McMahon for including me in your great Film Trooper podcasts. I’m honored.

If you want to add Road Dog to your book shelf you can order it right here. And I’d be happy to sign it for you.

It’s only $16.95 + $3 shipping and handling (U.S. Only)

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If you live outside the U.S. please contact me at botherme@angryfilmmaker.com and I can get you a quote on what it would cost to send you a book.

And don’t forget that Fiona, The Dog Face Boy and I will be on tour this fall showing films, talking about films, reading from Road Dog, and generally having a good time. For more information keep checking back here.

Thank you for all of your support.

Fall 2017 Road Tour Announcement

An Important Announcement from Angry Filmmaker World Headquarters.

Please visit this site often to get updates on our Fall Tour. There will be more coming soon. Very soon.

A special thank you to Fiona Baker, Marc Rose, Fuse Audio, Slim Pickens and The Dog Face Boy.

If you want to add Road Dog to your book shelf you can order it right here. And I’d be happy to sign it for you.

It’s only $16.95 + $3 shipping and handling (U.S. Only)

Add to Cart

If you live outside the U.S. please contact me at botherme@angryfilmmaker.com and I can get you a quote on what it would cost to send you a book.

And don’t forget if you live in Portland, OR I’m doing a reading on June 21st at 7:30 pm with my old friend Bob Calkins at Friendly House (1737 NW 26th, Portland, OR 97210). I hope to see you there.

Thank you all for your support.

When I Fight Authority – Road Dog Reading

This is from my reading at O’Connor’s in March. This is the chapter – When I Fight Authority, from my book Road Dog. I was a little nervous starting out because this was my first public reading but as you can see after a couple pages the butterflies left and I got in to a pretty good rhythm.

I want to thank Enie Vaisburd for filming this and Don Campbell and Whit Draper for accompanying me. It was a great night. I hope you enjoy the clip.

 

 

If you want to add Road Dog to your book shelf you can order it right here. And I’d be happy to sign it for you.

It’s only $16.95 + $3 shipping and handling (U.S. Only)

Add to Cart

If you live outside the U.S. please contact me at botherme@angryfilmmaker.com and I can get you a quote on what it would cost to send you a book.

And don’t forget if you live in Portland, OR I’m doing a reading on June 21st at 7:30 pm with my old friend Bob Calkins at Friendly House (1737 NW 26th, Portland, OR 97210). I hope to see you there.

Thank you all for your support.

Road Dog Reading June 21st at Friendly House (Portland, Oregon)

Hey Everybody, on June 21st at 7:30 pm I’m going to do a reading with an old friend of mine, Bob Calkins at Friendly House (1737 NW 26th, Portland 97210). We chose Friendly House because it’s in the neighborhood we grew up in. I’ll be reading from Road Dog and Bob will be reading from his book, Digger. The Case Of The Chimera Killer. We’re talking a night of “smart dogs and serial killers”. Come check it out! And tell your friends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What? You can’t make it to the reading but you want a signed copy of Road Dog? Well we can remedy that right now!

It’s only $16.95 + $3 shipping and handling (U.S. Only)

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If you live outside the U.S. please contact me at botherme@angryfilmmaker.com and I can get you a quote on what it would cost to send you a book.

You can buy a copy of Digger here.

Thank you all for your support.

Look What I Found

I was going through the Angry Filmmaker Archives when I found some footage that I shot on the road back in 2005/2006 and an interview I did around the same time talking about the touring and why I was doing it.

The Chicago hotel room footage is interesting because I was really tired when I turned the camera on myself and was trying to remember what day it was. I had been on the road for almost a month I believe.

And the best part of all of this is, I have dark hair.

This was at the beginning of what turned in to a seven year odyssey of Moses and I touring the country for two months at a time. All of this material would eventually become my book, Road Dog.

What? You don’t have your copy of Road Dog? Well we can remedy that right now!

It’s only $16.95 + $3 shipping and handling (U.S. Only)

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If you live outside the U.S. please contact me at botherme@angryfilmmaker.com and I can get you a quote on what it would cost to send you a book.

Thank you all for your support.

Road Dog Reading at O’Connor’s Vault

“As Eat, Pray, Love is to love and spirituality, Road Dog is to the raucous, independent, and contented life.” – William M. Akers, author Your Screenplay Sucks!, Mrs. Ravenbach’s Way

“Kerouac meets Truffaut in this road trip gem. All the ache and passion of film-making, heart-felt by independent filmmaker, Kelley Baker on a trip across America. Enjoy this read as I did on this road well-traveled.” – Paul Diener, Producer

Here is a part of the Reading I did at O’Connor’s Vault in March. I am reading an excerpt from the chapter, The Fiona Tour. It’s about the time my daughter went out on tour with me when she was 15 and our first stop was an art gallery that had an exhibition of Sex Toys. I hope you like this excerpt more than Fiona liked the exhibition…

I want to thank Don Campbell and Whit Draper for their musical accompaniment, Enie Vaisburd for filming this and my daughter Fiona for putting up with her Dad.

Thanks for watching and if you don’t have your copy of Road Dog we can remedy that right now!

It’s only $16.95 + $3 shipping and handling (U.S. Only)

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If you live outside the U.S. please contact me at botherme@angryfilmmaker.com and I can get you a quote on what it would cost to send you a book.

Thank you all very much for your support.

Please Support The Film, “Crip Camp”

My good friend Jim LeBrecht and Nicole Newnham are making a documentary and they need your support. The film is called “Crip Camp” and I’ll let Jim tell you about it.

“Crip Camp is a story with a universal message, brought to life by the little known story of a camp for the “handicapped” that fostered a revolutionary approach to providing disabled teens and adults with an environment of respect and high expectations. Some very important seeds were sowed in the late night conversations in the bunks about a future of civil rights and independent living for our community. What happens as the 70’s unfolded and how lives flourished, floundered and ended too soon parallels society in general. As we look back today, we reflect on what made our lives possible and how we continue to work to make the world a better place for everyone.

There are a few central stories/messages in our film. The one that I hold closest to my heart is the message that once you experience a better life, you will fight to have that permanently. How can anyone strive for a better life if they don’t experience it or know that it exists?

We will have a trailer up sometime in late May. There is a matching grant going on right now, so every donation gets doubled.”

Here is a link to their website – http://www.cripcamp.com/

Please support this important film if you can. There is a matching grant going on right now so if you donate it will be matched.

Jim is a great friend of mine and someone I really respect. Please help him get this film made.

Thank you.