“Goat Show,” a yet-to-be titled documentary about goat showing, is a work in progress by dream team Helena Bowen, Trevor Taylor and Julian Broudy.
Helena Bowen, professional camera assistant and aspiring DP, is the so-called “brains of the operation.” She has the goat-show know-how, the documentary experience and the drive to turn this crazy culture into a fascinating story. She’s a director, she’s a producer, she’s a camera operator, she’s an editor, she’s a bird AND a plane.
Trevor Taylor, professional camera assistant and aspiring DP, is all about making this documentary look AMAZING. Trevor was born with a camera in his hands and makes beautiful images like it was his job (and it is). Trevor knows absolutely nothing about goat-showing or goats but is stoked for the experience.
Julian Broudy, camera assistant by mandate / association and aspiring screenwriter/director, is in charge of keeping Helena and Trevor in check. What is a beautiful movie without an amazing plot? (The Tree of Life, but that’s another story.) Julian’s job is to help Helena and Trevor craft insane amounts of footage into a fun story. He is also the dedicated morale booster.
WHAT: The 2012 American Dairy Goat Association National Show
WHERE: Loveland, Colorado
WHEN: July 7th – 14th 2012
WHY: What happens when hundreds of goat owners drive across the country with their goats and meet in one place for one week? Wouldn’t you like to know.