Justice for Puppy Doe, the dog left brutally beaten in a Quincy park in October, will continue outside of the courtrooms in the form of a full-length movie.
According to a Facebook page called “Puppy Doe: A Documentary,” filmmakers from Los Angeles are working on a feature that will explore animal abuse laws in the United States, using the case of Puppy Doe as the centerpiece for the project.
The film will be directed by Paulina Kucharski Quaranta, a graduate of Columbia College Chicago. According to Quaranta’s website, PuppyDoeFilm.com, she has produced several “experimental and narrative short films,” and was an assistant on set for major movies such asMillion Dollar Baby, and Live Free or Die Hard.
Elizabeth Lawrence, an L.A.-based filmmaker who’s been in the industry for 10 years, will produce the movie.