Photograb: Some more BTS photos from director Michael B. Chait pick-up shots from Wolf Hound

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Here are some more Behind The Scenes pictures from our Pick-Up Shoot for WOLF HOUND I Directed several weeks ago. These Stills were taken by the awesome Photographer Erika Locastro, the better half of my longtime close friend & film collaborator Joe Locastro, who did an excellent job as 2nd Assistant Director on this shoot, both coming in from Boston to film with us which I can’t thank them enough for. These pics are all from just the first 2 days of filming that week, if that gives an idea of how much filmmaking was packed into a very short amount of time! Thank you sincerely again to our whole Cast/Crew for their fantastic work, which we are now in the middle of editing!!!

Link to IMDb Page –

Based on the true-life account of the KG 200, the German Luftwaffe special operations unit that captured Allied aircraft as Trojan horses to wreak havoc on Allied bomber squadrons, “Wolf Hound” is from a screenplay by Timothy Ritchey and is his story.

Wolf Hound stars Trevor Donovan as Major Erich Roth, James Maslow as Captain David Holden, Taylor Novak as Sgt. Harrison Friedman, Michael Wayne Foster as Captain Werne, John Turk  as Colonel Krieger, and a strong cast of others.

“Wolf Hound” shot all aerial scenes without special effects. Dwayne McClintock was the aerial cinematographer and Craig Hosking, who was aerial coordinator for “Dunkirk,” performed the same role for Wolf Hound’s air-to-air dogfight sequences.

Westley Gathright, Chait’s most frequent visual collaborator and director of photography for his Yankee Air Museum and Air Force Commercials, served as cinematographer for “Wolf Hound.” and Russell Carpenter, the Oscar-Winning cinematographer for “Titanic,” served as the film’s visual consultant.

For more on “Wolf Hound”

With a special eye to historic accuracy Michigan director brings true WWII aviation story to life

The first twelve official stills from Michael B. Chait’s movie, ‘Wolf Hound’ released

Photograb: Director Michael B. Chait wraps final pick-up shoot of WWII pic “Wolf Hound” and Michigan Movie Weekender has the photos


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