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  • Genre: Adventure | Comedy | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 26 December 1999 (UK)
  • Runtime: 130 min
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  • IMDb page: Dogma (1999) Film Free Online
  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 151,045 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Comedy | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 26 December 1999 (UK)
  • Runtime: 130 min
  • Filming Location: 600 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Budget: $10,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $30,651,422 (USA) (24 March 2000)
  • Director: Kevin Smith
  • Stars: Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Linda Fiorentino | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Howard Shore   
  • Soundtrack: It's Like That
  • Sound Mix: DTS | Dolby Digital | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Angel | Abortion Clinic | Clinic | Abortion | Church

Dogma (1999) Writing Credits By:

  • Kevin Smith (written by)

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Dogma (1999) Known Trivia

  • Jason Mewes had the entire script memorized before rehearsals. Dogma 1999 When asked why, he said it was because he didn’t want to anger Alan Rickman. Dogma 1999 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • According to Kevin Smith on his DVD commentary Linda Fiorentino was very difficult to work with and on some days in fact wasn’t even speaking to him. Dogma 1999 In retrospect Smith says he wishes he offered the role to Janeane Garofalo instead. Dogma 1999 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When they heard Alan Rickman was a Chasing Amy (1997) fan, Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier felt confident enough to ask him to play Metatron. Dogma 1999 He read the script and came back with only two questions: 1) would we stay faithful to the script, and 2) are the wings real or CGI? 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • William Donohue of the Catholic League lambasted the film and publicly protested against it for months without actually seeing the film, after which his office called View Askew offices and said “Dr. Dogma 1999 Donohue requests a special screening of Dogma (1999) so that he can speak about it intelligently.” Kevin Smith’s response was: “So what has he been doing the past six months?” 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • George Carlin agreed to take the role of Cardinal Glick, but didn’t want to remove his wedding band (he had recently lost his wife), so he wore a Band-Aid to hide it. Dogma 1999 This was actually unnecessary as Catholic clergy wear wedding bands to signify their “marriage” to the church. Dogma 1999 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Emma Thompson was going to appear in the film as God, but she backed out before filming began in order to have a baby. Dogma 1999 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Kevin Smith wrote this screenplay before he wrote Clerks. Dogma 1999 (1994), but shelved it because he wanted to do it with proper special effects. Dogma 1999 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Unbeknown to protesters, Kevin Smith joined one of the Catholic groups that protested his film. Dogma 1999 He managed to get interviewed by a reporter who recognized him, though Smith managed to stay incognito by giving his friend’s name as his own (Bryan Johnson); also present at the protest rally) and telling her that he is often mistaken for the Clerks. Dogma 1999 (1994) director. Dogma 1999 During the interview Smith (as Johnson) also made the comment that he kind of liked his [Kevin Smith's] first film. Dogma 1999 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Kevin Smith pursued Robert Rodriguez to direct the film. Dogma 1999 Rodriguez enjoyed the script but, in seeing how personal the story was, insisted that Smith himself direct. Dogma 1999 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Among the numerous (reportedly eight) drafts of the script written, the controversy and protests of the film were based on the third draft which was transcribed and placed on the internet by an unknown source. Dogma 1999 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Continuity: When Loki shoves Bethany down into the row of chairs outside the church, her hair comes out of the barrette on her right side. Dogma 1999 In the next shot (and after that) it's neatly back in place.

Dogma (1999) Plot: An abortion clinic worker with a special heritage is called upon to save the existence of humanity from being negated by two renegade angels trying to exploit a loophole and re-enter Heaven. Dogma 1999 Full summary »  »

Dogma (1999) Story: An abortion clinic worker with a special heritage is enlisted to prevent two angels from reentering Heaven and thus undoing the fabric of the universe. Dogma 1999 Along the way, she is aided by two prophets, Jay and Silent Bob. Dogma 1999 With the help of Rufus, the 13th Apostle, they must stop those who stand in their way and prevent the angels from entering Heaven. Dogma 1999 Written byJerel Parenton <J.W.Parenton@student.tcu.edu>

Synopsis

Dogma (1999) Synopsis: The film opens with a homeless man (Bud Cort) on a deserted New Jersey boardwalk in Asbury Park being assaulted and severely beaten by three mysterious pre-teen kids in street hockey gear.

Cardinal Glick (George Carlin) gives a presentation at a church telling about the various changes that are going to be made to boost Catholicism’s fading image, including a new, more uplifting symbol for Jesus, the Buddy Christ, and a rededication of a century-old church. Dogma 1999 With a Papal sanction, anybody who enters the church on the day of the rededication ceremony will have all their sins forgiven, and be given a morally clean slate. Dogma 1999 This catches the attention of two fallen angels, Bartleby (Ben Affleck), and Loki (Matt Damon), when they are sent a newspaper cutting regarding the rededication. Dogma 1999 Loki was the former angel of death, and Bartleby, a Grigori or fallen angel, talked him into quitting his position, which got them banned from Heaven, to serve an eternity in a place worse than Hell; Wisconsin. Dogma 1999 Bartleby and Loki are not willing to spend another thousand years in Wisconsin, so they see the plenary indulgence as a loophole to sneak back into Heaven, and after analyzing the situation, the plan seems foolproof. Dogma 1999 Loki also figures that he can get back on God’s good side if he resumes his position as the angel of death, killing people who God would consider sinners, particularly the creators of a hit children’s show called "Mooby the Golden Calf." The two set off for New Jersey, killing various people along the way.

We then meet Bethany Sloane (Linda Fiorentino), a Catholic who has been having a crisis of faith since her husband left her after a disease destroyed her uterus and ruined her chances of ever having children. Dogma 1999 She lives in Illinois and works at an abortion clinic which is ofted picketed by several Catholic pro-life demonstrators. Dogma 1999 Bethany rejects going out on a date or socializing with her co-workers in favor for her job.

We also meet Azrael (Jason Lee), a demon. Dogma 1999 We learn that he is in charge of the three kids from the beginning, the demonic Stygian Triplets. Dogma 1999 He enters a house and kills the homeowner. Dogma 1999 He tells the Stygian Triplets that they need to kill the last Scion.

That night, Bethany is getting ready for bed when she meets the Metatron (Alan Rickman), an angel who acts as God’s messenger, who tells her about Bartleby and Loki’s plan to get back into Heaven. Dogma 1999 It is here where we learn the biggest problem with their plan; if they sneak back into Heaven through the power of the plenary indulgence, they will have proven that God isn’t infallible, which would cause all of existence to be erased. Dogma 1999 God wants Bethany to stop Bartleby and Loki from entering the church. Dogma 1999 Through the Metatron ‘He’ also tells her that she’ll have support from two ‘prophets’. Dogma 1999 Bethany is reluctant at first, but realizes over the course of the conversation that the situation is real.

The following night, while she gets in her car after her job to go to New Jersey, she is attacked by the Stygians. Dogma 1999 Just as they are about to kill her, they are beaten up and flee. Dogma 1999 The heroes turn out to be Jay (Jason Mewes), and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith), two New Jersey drug dealers/stoners who came to Illinois in hopes of finding John Hughes fictional town of Shermer. Dogma 1999 Bethany realizes that they are the so-called prophets that the Metatron told her about. Dogma 1999 She asks them to take her with them to New Jersey. Dogma 1999 Jay, thinking Bethany wants to have sex with him, agrees to take her with them.

Jay manages to break down her stick-shift car by driving too fast in the wrong gear. Dogma 1999 Stranded in the middle of nowhere, Bethany is just about to head home, when a mysterious man falls out of the sky. Dogma 1999 The man turns out to be Rufus (Chris Rock), the 13th apostle, who was left out of the Bible because he was black. Dogma 1999 In exchange for helping the trio stop Bartleby and Loki, he wants to ensure that he is referenced in the Bible and that Jesus’ true color, black, is revealed. Dogma 1999 He also claims that Jesus still owes him twelve bucks. Dogma 1999 Jay and Silent Bob then go to a strip club to prove that Jay isn’t gay, and the group meet a beautiful muse-turned-stripper named Serendipity (Salma Hayek).

Meanwhile, Azrael isn’t happy about the Stygian’s failure to kill Bethany, so he decides to send something far more powerful.

In PIttsburgh, Bartleby and Loki enter the boardroom of Mooby the Golden Calf’s production executives. Dogma 1999 After pointing out the fatal sins of everyone in the room, Loki shoots and kills everyone in it, sparing only a woman who he claims is innocent. Dogma 1999 She ends up bloodied up, scared to death, but unharmed.

At the Illinois strip club, following a long theological discussion with Serendipity (who claims that God is a woman), the group is attacked by a demon called the Golgothan, a demon made entirely out of human excrement (the so-called Shit Demon, created from the voided waste of the crucified dead on Golgotha). Dogma 1999 The demon lays waste to half the people in the club including a gangster rap group, but is defeated by Silent Bob, with the help of an odor-eliminating spray. Dogma 1999 The group continues on the road, while Serendipity stays behind to question the shit demon.

Somwhere in Pennsylvania, Bartleby and Loki attempt to get on a bus, but are unable to get tickets. Dogma 1999 They are then confronted by Azrael, who warns them all about the people trying to stop them from entering the New Jersey church and that they intend to kill them, and that they should keep a low profile.

While on a train, Jay and Silent Bob meet up with Bartleby and Loki. Dogma 1999 Bethany and Bartleby become friends over many drinks and a discussion on why they lost their faith. Dogma 1999 The drunk Bethany, thinking Bartleby is someone else, tells him about their plan to stop him and Loki. Dogma 1999 Bartleby goes crazy and tries to kill Bethany right there on the the train. Dogma 1999 Rufus, Jay, and Silent Bob then step in, and they throw the two angels off the train.

While hiding out in an underground parking garage for the night, Loki, looking back on what Rufus said about there being serious consequences to their plan, questions whether or not he should go through with their plan. Dogma 1999 This infuriates Bartleby even more who has an epiphany about how God showed the humans more patience than he ever showed angels, and how it’s unfair that they should be banished to earth for not agreeing with God’s plan, while humans should have a choice. Dogma 1999 He insists that they continue, and kill Bethany and the others… Dogma 1999 even if it means that all of extence will cease.

At the same time, having left the train to throw Bartleby and Loki off their scent, and while camping out in the woods, Bethany questions the increasing seriousness of the situation. Dogma 1999 She demands to know why she was invested with the task of stopping the angels. Dogma 1999 Rufus then reveals the truth about Bethany. Dogma 1999 She is the last Scion, the last living blood relative of Jesus. Dogma 1999 Bethany finds this information too much, and decides that she can’t go through with the mission, cursing God’s name. Dogma 1999 The Metatron then comes down from Heaven once again and tells her that Jesus took the news about who he was the same way, but ultimately found the courage to go through with it. Dogma 1999 Bethany is inspired to continue on the mission.

The Metatron then meets up with the others and tells them that God has gone missing on one of his Earth vacations, in which he takes on a human form and goes to Earth to play skeeball. Dogma 1999 The group has no idea how this happened, and are out of ideas on how to stop Bartleby and Loki. Dogma 1999 Jay then suggests that they go ask Cardinal Glick to cancel the rededication ceremony, therefore rendering the loophole useless. Dogma 1999 The group meets up with Cardinal Glick, but he doesn’t buy their story, and insists that the ceremony will take place as scheduled. Dogma 1999 He rudely sends them off. Dogma 1999 Jay retaliates by stealing one of the Cardinal’s golf clubs.

As Bartleby and Loki approach New Jersey, Bethany and the others sit in a bar, trying to decide what they should do now. Dogma 1999 Suddenly, Azrael shows up, along with the Stygian triplets. Dogma 1999 He kills the bartender, and takes the group hostage, while they wait for Bartleby and Loki to enter the church.

Meanwhile, Bartleby and Loki show up at the rededication ceremony. Dogma 1999 Bartleby then proceeds to tell everybody there that they have all been condemned by God, and that they must now pay for their sins in blood. Dogma 1999 Forcing the now unwilling Loki to join in, he brandishes his wings, and begins slaughtering everyone at the ceremony with rapid firing machine guns.

At the bar, Azrael tells everyone about his plan; he was once a muse himself, but refused to fight in the war between Heaven and Hell, and was condemned to Hell as a traitor. Dogma 1999 He spend a few million years trying to find a way to escape from Hell, but realizes that it’s impossible. Dogma 1999 He then discovered the Catholics plan to make the church a passage of forgiveness on that day. Dogma 1999 Unable to become human and go through with the loophole himself, he decided to lure Bartleby and Loki into the church and cause them to destroy existence. Dogma 1999 He says that he’d rather not exist than go back to Hell… Dogma 1999 and is more than willing to take everyone down with him if it means never going back. Dogma 1999 Silent Bob then picks up the golf club that Jay stole from the cardinal and threatens Azrael with it. Dogma 1999 Azrael, believing the challenge to be a stupid decision, and allows Silent Bob to hit him with it. Dogma 1999 Strangely enough, the golf club kills Azrael. Dogma 1999 Demons can only be defeated using an instrument of God, and the Cardinal blessed his clubs for a better game. Dogma 1999 Using this knowledge, Bethany blesses the sink behind the bar, and the team drown the three Stygians in the holy water. Dogma 1999 The group then leaves for the church.

When they get to the church, they find the scene of Bartleby and Loki’s bloody massacre, but since they still exist, they conclude that they haven’t yet entered the church. Dogma 1999 Loki then shows up, drunk, and with his wings cut off, making him human. Dogma 1999 He and Serendipity greet each other like old friends. Dogma 1999 When confronted about the mass slaughter, Loki says that it was all Bartleby’s idea, and that he didn’t want to go through with the killing, and only wanted to walk through the church archway and have it be done at that. Dogma 1999 Bartleby then comes down from the sky and tells the group that he was waiting for them to arrive before they entered the church so he can kill them. Dogma 1999 Serendipity tries to tell him that Azrael was just using him, but Bartleby is already aware and tells them that he doesn’t care anymore. Dogma 1999 Bartleby reveals that his mission is no longer to go back to Heaven. Dogma 1999 Finding God’s treatment of angels compared to humans unfair, his goal is now to destroy existence, which he feels is a failed experiment. Dogma 1999 Loki tries to talk Bartleby out of it, and Bartleby is disappointed in him. Dogma 1999 Bartleby stabs and kills Loki. Dogma 1999 The group then attacks and tries to stop Bartleby. Dogma 1999 Jay tries to help by shooting off his wings with a machine gun, only to learn that he just made him human… Dogma 1999 and thus enable him to re-enter Heaven once he dies.

Bethany, who heard in the news about the homeless man who was beaten by the Stygians at the beginning, realizes that the man is God, and if she takes Him off life support, God would be able to come down and stop Bartleby. Dogma 1999 She goes with Silent Bob to the hospital, and unplugs the man’s life support system, which releases God from the body. Dogma 1999 However the force of God’s spirit exiting the body is so powerful, it kills Bethany.

When Bartleby opens the doors to the church, only to find God (Alanis Morrisette) and the Metatron standing at the door. Dogma 1999 Upon seeing God and realizing that he has failed, Bartleby sobbingly apologizes. Dogma 1999 God silently forgives him. Dogma 1999 The Metatron then tells everyone who isn’t from another plane of existence to cover their ears. Dogma 1999 They do it, Bartleby thanks God for her forgiveness and God opens her mouth, causing Bartleby’s head to explode.

Existence is saved, and everyone is happy. Dogma 1999 Silent Bob then brings out Bethany’s dead body, which God instantly repairs and revives. Dogma 1999 Bethany wakes up, and is happy that everything is okay. Dogma 1999 Jay is confused as to what is going on, and God responds to Jay’s profane outburst by kissing him, causing him to faint. Dogma 1999 Bethany thanks God for everything, and her faith is restored. Dogma 1999 The Metatron then reveals that Bethany is pregnant (God’s repair was characteristically complete), before taking Rufus and Serendipity with him and God back to Heaven. Dogma 1999 As the film ends, Bethany tells a shocked Jay and Silent Bob that she’s to be a mother, and that they can’t have sex. Dogma 1999 Jay replies that it would be safe up until the third trimester.

 

FullCast & Crew


Produced By: Dogma (1999) Film Free Online

  • Jonathan Gordon known as executive producer
  • Laura Greenlee known as co-producer
  • Scott Mosier known as producer

Dogma (1999) Free Full Film Online FullCast & Crew:

  • Bud Cort known as John Doe Jersey
  • Barret Hackney known as Stygian Triplet (as Barrett Hackney)
  • Jared Pfennigwerth known as Stygian Triplet
  • Kitao Sakurai known as Stygian Triplet
  • George Carlin known as Cardinal Glick
  • Brian O'Halloran known as Grant Hicks (as Brian Christopher O'Halloran)
  • Betty Aberlin known as Nun
  • Matt Damon known as Loki
  • Ben Affleck known as Bartleby
  • Dan Etheridge known as Priest at St. Dogma 1999 Stephen's
  • Linda Fiorentino known as Bethany
  • Derek Milosavljevic known as Kissing Couple
  • Lesley Braden known as Kissing Couple
  • Marie Elena O'Brien known as Clinic Girl (scenes deleted) (as MarieElena O'Brien)
  • Janeane Garofalo known as Liz
  • Bryan Johnson known as Protestor #1
  • Walter Flanagan known as Protestor #2
  • Jason Lee known as Azrael
  • Nancy Bach known as Mrs. Dogma 1999 Reynolds
  • Alan Rickman known as Metatron
  • Armando Rodriguez known as Waiter
  • Jason Mewes known as Jay
  • Kevin Smith known as Silent Bob
  • Jeff Anderson known as Gun Salesman
  • Scott Mosier known as Smooching Seaman
  • Monica Hampton known as Seaman Smoocher
  • Chris Rock known as Rufus
  • Salma Hayek known as Serendipity
  • Dwight Ewell known as Kane
  • Benjamin J. Dogma 1999 Cain Jr. Dogma 1999 known as Gangster #1 (as Benjamin Cain)
  • Richard Baderinwa known as Gangster #2
  • Javon Johnson known as Gangster #3
  • Derrick Sanders known as Gangster #4
  • Mark Joy known as Whitland
  • Linda Levine known as Woman in Boardroom
  • Ethan Suplee known as Noman (voice)
  • Guinevere Turner known as Bus Station Attendant
  • Jonathan Gordon known as Blanket Boy on Train (as Jon Gordon)
  • Matthew Maher known as Bartender
  • Nancy Mosser known as Governor Dalton (as Nancy Mosser Bailey)
  • Robert Holtzman known as Officer McGee (as Robert 'Ratface' Holtzman)
  • Alanis Morissette known as God
  • Tony Amen known as Diner Patron (uncredited)
  • Chris Barrett known as Himself (uncredited)
  • Ming Chen known as Club Patron (uncredited)
  • Alexandra Dimopoulos known as Flight Attendant (uncredited)
  • Michael Fullmer known as Dead Parishioner (uncredited)
  • William Hutchings known as Parishioner (uncredited)
  • Robert Kotaska known as Parishioner (uncredited)
  • Kimberly Loughran known as Woman in Elevator (uncredited)
  • Jim Mahfood known as Parishioner (uncredited)
  • Brendan McFadden known as Parishoner (uncredited)
  • Joe Nozemack known as Parishioner (uncredited)
  • Ernest O'Donnell known as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Vincent Pereira known as (uncredited)
  • Bob Schreck known as Parishioner (uncredited)
  • Joe Shelby known as Bus Rider (uncredited)
  • Rusty Sheridan known as Parishioner (uncredited)
  • J.E. Dogma 1999 Smith known as Businessman (uncredited)
  • Vanessa Tolino known as Parishioner (uncredited)
  • Patrick Walsh known as Dead Parishioner (uncredited)
  • Adrienne Wehr known as Protester (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Dogma (1999)
  • Roderick R. Dogma 1999 Carter known as additional makeup artist (as Rod Carter)
  • Jane Choi known as special effects appliances
  • Anita Gibson known as makeup artist: Ms. Dogma 1999 Fiorentino
  • Vincent J. Dogma 1999 Guastini known as special makeup effects creator and designer (as Vincent Guastini)
  • Jeannee Josefczyk known as key makeup artist
  • Nancy Keslar known as additional hair stylist
  • Rachel Kick known as makeup artist
  • Taylor Knight known as hair artist
  • Jacquie Rahal known as hair stylist: Ms. Dogma 1999 Fiorentino, New Jersey
  • Jeffrey A. Dogma 1999 Rubis known as key hair stylist (as Jeffrey Alen Rubis)
  • Vincent Schicchi known as key makeup effects artist

Dogma (1999) Art Department:

  • Vincent Borrelli known as scenic (as Vincent J. Dogma 1999 Borrelli)
  • Keith Brzozowski known as carpenter
  • Paul Bucciarelli known as extra prop assistant
  • Sandra Budd known as scenic
  • Robert Buncher known as carpenter
  • Curt Butterbaugh known as carpenter
  • Curt Butterbaugh known as laborer
  • Dennis S. Dogma 1999 Cinkan known as laborer
  • Darien N. Dogma 1999 D'Alfonso known as laborer
  • Fred 'Fredo' Donatelli known as set dresser (as Fredo Donatelli)
  • Steve Fabian known as set dresser
  • James C. Dogma 1999 Feng known as assistant art director: train (as James Feng)
  • Ellie H. Dogma 1999 Ferrari known as set dresser (as Elaheh Ferrari)
  • Michele Forsythe known as construction office coordinator
  • Bill Franko known as on-set dresser
  • Eileen Garrigan known as head scenic (as Eileen M. Dogma 1999 Garrigan)
  • Thomas J. Dogma 1999 Garrigan known as assistant prop master (as Thomas Garrigan)
  • Susan Glod known as train scenic foreman (as Susan M. Dogma 1999 Glod)
  • Megan Graham known as art department coordinator (as Megan Harris Graham)
  • Larry M. Dogma 1999 Gruber known as set designer: train
  • Kevin Hanz known as scenic
  • Jim Heastings known as carpenter
  • Don Hedenburg known as second scenic
  • Jeffrey Hussett known as set dresser
  • Gregory Jones known as set dresser (as Greg Jones)
  • Kenneth J. Dogma 1999 Kellers known as leadman (as Kenneth Kellers)
  • Canice Kennedy known as set dressing buyer
  • Alan Lukas known as laborer
  • Joseph A. Dogma 1999 Manni known as carpenter
  • Mike Matesic known as carpenter (as Michael Matesic)
  • Mike McKee known as carpenter
  • Scott Mosier known as storyboard artist
  • Mary O'Brien known as set dresser (as Mary M. Dogma 1999 O'Brien)
  • Buster Pile known as construction coordinator
  • Ray Pivirotto known as set dresser
  • Gregory Puchalski known as scenic
  • Scott Purcell known as graphic artist (as R. Dogma 1999 Scott Purcell)
  • Bartholomew Rago known as carpenter
  • Mike Richer known as foreman
  • R. Dogma 1999 Vincent Smith known as prop master
  • Kellee Van Aken known as additional art department coordinator
  • Joseph Waterkotte known as train foreman
  • Gregory A. Dogma 1999 Weimerskirch known as assistant art director: Pittsburgh
  • Charles Thomas Whatton Jr. Dogma 1999 known as set dresser (as Charles Whatton Jr.)

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Company

Dogma (1999) Free Full Film Online Production Companies:

  • View Askew Productions (as View Askew)
  • STK

Dogma (1999) Film Free Online Other Companies:

  • Abbey Road Studios  chorus recording (as Abbey Road)
  • Air Studios  orchestra recording
  • Christian Lacroix  provided by (haute-couture jacket & bustier worn by Ms. Dogma 1999 Morissette)
  • DMG Inc.  music clearance
  • Gizmo Post  the producers would like to thank (as Gizmo Electronic Post)
  • Grafitti Designs  special thanks (as Graphitti Designs)
  • Great Northern Brokerage Services  insurance by (as Great Northern Brokerage Corp.)
  • Hollywood Film & Video  the producers would like to thank (as Hollywood Film / Video)
  • Hollywood Rental Company  lighting & grip equipment supplied by (as Hollywood Rental Co., Inc.)
  • Howard Anderson Company, The  titles and opticals (as Howard Anderson Co.)
  • Howe Building  electronic production (as HOWEBLDG, Tuxedo)
  • Hugo Boss  special thanks
  • Int'l Brotherhood of Teamsters  acknowledgment
  • International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)  this picture made under the jurisdiction of (as I.A.T.S.E.)
  • Lansdowne Studios  music mixed at
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment
  • Lions Gate Films  the director would like to thank: who saved us from oblivion (as The Folks at Lions Gate)
  • Matthews Group  lighting & grip equipment supplied by
  • Maverick Records  soundtrack available on
  • Members of the Everlasting Covenant Cathedral, The  the producers would like to praise for their support and cooperation in the making of this film
  • Michelson Food Services  catering
  • North Coast Group  video segments by (as Northcoast)
  • Omega Security  security by (as Omega Security Systems)
  • P.O.P.  the producers would like to thank
  • Pacific Title/Mirage  the producers would like to thank
  • Panavision  cameras & lenses (as Panavision®)
  • Paul Tomasko Editing  Steenbeck courtesy of
  • Pepsi-Cola Company  special thanks (as The Pepsi-Cola Company)
  • Pinnacle Studios  stage facilities (as Pinnacle Studios – Trafford, PA.)
  • Pittsburgh Film Office  the producers would like to thank (as Pittsburgh Film Commission)
  • REI Media Group  end crawl (as REI Media Group, NY)
  • Republic National Bank of New York  banking services (as Republic National Bank)
  • Searchworks  stock footage research
  • Shore Fire Studios  the director would like to thank: because I forgot to thank them in the "Amy" credits
  • Skywalker Sound  sound post-production services
  • Skywalker Sound  the producers would like to thank
  • Sloss Law Office  legal services by
  • Sound One Corporation  the producers would like to thank
  • T.H.E. Dogma 1999 Tools  Avid provided by
  • Versace  special thanks
  • Viv Kim Negative Cutting Service  negative cutting (as VivKim Negative Cutting)
  • Wall's Detective Agency  security by
  • Westin William Penn  the producers would like to thank
  • White Pie Productions  post accounting
  • Wilshire Stages, The  the producers would like to thank (as Wilshire Stages)

Dogma (1999) Distributors:

  • Lions Gate Films (1999) (USA) (theatrical)
  • New Films International (1999) (non-USA) (all media)
  • Bac Films (2000) (France) (theatrical)
  • Clarence Pictures (2000) (Ireland) (theatrical)
  • Eagle Pictures (2003) (Italy) (theatrical)
  • GAGA Humax (2000) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • GAGA (2000) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Kinowelt Filmverleih (2000) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • RCV Film Distribution (2000) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • RCV Film Distribution (2000) (Luxembourg) (theatrical)
  • RCV Film Distribution (2000) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Scanbox Entertainment (2000) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Channel Four Films (200?) (UK) (TV)
  • Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment (2001) (USA) (DVD)
  • Columbia TriStar Home Video (2000) (USA) (VHS)
  • H.O.M. Dogma 1999 Vision (2000) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment (2000) (Canada) (DVD)
  • Paris Vídeo (200?) (Brazil) (DVD)
  • Paris Vídeo (200?) (Brazil) (VHS)
  • Sony Pictures (2000) (USA) (video)
  • Talpa (2007) (Netherlands) (TV)
  • United Paramount Network (UPN) (2003) (USA) (TV)

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Other Stuff

Dogma (1999) Film Free Online Special Effects:

  • Bellissimo/Belardinelli Effects (special effects provided by) (as Bellisimo, Belardinelli Effects)
  • Vincent Guastini Productions (special make-up & creature effects)
  • Station X Studios (visual effects and digital animation)
  • Threshold Digital Research Labs (additional computer graphics)

Dogma (1999) Free Full Film Online Visual Effects by:

  • Frank Aalbers known as digital artist: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Hector Barrera known as technical supervisor: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Timur 'Taron' Baysal known as digital artist: Station X Studios, LLC (as Timur Baysal)
  • Grant Boucher known as executive producer: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Danny Braet known as digital artist: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Ben Breakstone known as CPU coordinator: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Rice Casenas known as visual effects production assistant: TDRL
  • Scott Coulter known as visual effects artist: TDRL
  • Allen Crawford known as production executive: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Karl Denham known as composite artist: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Jim Driscoll known as production assistant: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Pamela Fernandez known as visual effects artist: TDRL
  • George Johnsen known as post producer: TDRL (as George Johnson)
  • Kim Lavery known as visual effects producer: TDRL
  • Darcy Leslie known as visual effects producer: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Andy Lesniak known as color grading supervisor: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Anne K. Dogma 1999 Miller known as visual effects production coordinator: Station X Studios, LLC (as Anne Miller)
  • Glen David Miller known as digital artist: Station X Studios, LLC (as Glen Miller)
  • Greg Nelson known as visual effects artist: TDRL
  • Eileen O'Connor known as visual effects producer: Station X Studios
  • Fori Owurowa known as project software director: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Richard A. Dogma 1999 Payne known as visual effects supervisor: Station X Studios, LLC (as Richard Payne)
  • Alan Precourt known as digital coordinator: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Bryant Reif known as digital artist: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Anna Robyn known as visual effects assistant: TDRL
  • Alison Savitch known as supervising producer: TDRL
  • Fred Tepper known as CG supervisor: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Aristomenis Tsirbas known as digital creative director: Station X Studios, LLC (as Meni Tsirbas)
  • Renée Tymn known as digital compositor (as Renee Chamblin)
  • Grant Viklund known as digital coordinator: Station X Studios, LLC
  • Richard Wardlow known as digital artist: Station X Studios, LLC (uncredited)

Watch Online Dogma (1999) Free Film Copyright Holder:

MPAA: Rated R for strong language including sex-related dialogue, violence, crude humor and some drug content

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Dogma (1999) Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Film Database


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