Saving Angelo is a 2007 Dominic Scott Kay-directed short film based on the true events of a white boxer that he and his family rescued in 2003. All promotions and earnings wents to animal charity projects.
In January 2007, Kay filed a lawsuit claiming that producer Conroy Kanter "unfairly demanded creative control and distribution rights" for the film. The suit was settled out of court with Kay receiving "full ownership and control" of the film, along with a $20,000 donation to Crusades for Animals.
|Dominic Scott Kay||Danny|
|Conroy Kanter||Veterinarian 1|
|Christopher Close||Veterinarian 2|
|Ryan King||Vet Tech|
Awards and nominations
|Young Artist Award||2007||Best Performance in a Short Film - Young Actor||Nominated||Dominic Scott Kay|
|Jury Award||2008||Best Short Film||Won|
- "Producer Responds to `Angelo' Lawsuit". Associated Press. 2007-02-07. Archived from the original on 2011-06-29. Retrieved 2007-05-12.
- 11-year-old director settles suit - Reuters/Hollywood Reporter
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