Open Dialogue with “Wolf Hound” director Michael B. Chait.

Michael B. Chait is the director and producer for the World War II “What If” action-epic-drama Wolf Hound. On this episode of Open Dialogue, he shares behind the scenes stories of the making of this film. He offers which actor may have benefitted from Dramamine, why his dad served as a technical advisor, and the challenges of shooting aerial footage and period films – all this and more with host Noel T. Manning II.

All footage is used by permission from Lionsgate Films.

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Official Synopsis:

Featuring action sequences using vintage aircraft, this thrilling WWII epic shows how one man’s courage can change the world. On a recon mission over Nazi-occupied France, pilot David Holden (James Maslow) is shot down along with a B-17 bomber. He lands near an airfield, where he learns the Germans are loading the U.S.-marked aircraft with a city-destroying superbomb that could help the Axis win the war. Now, Holden must evade search patrols and a vengeful Nazi soldier to rescue the captured crew and stop the doomsday plot.

In select theaters, on VOD, and digital June 3rd, 2022.
Available on Blu-ray and DVD July 12th, 2022.

For more information, head to the official Lionsgate Wolf Hound webpage.


Noel T. Manning is a member of the CCA, SEFCA and the NCFCA and is also the host of the television program and radio show Meet Me at the Movies. He’s the founder of the Real to Reel Film Fest and is an adjunct professor of film studies. When he’s not embracing mainstream, indie, international, documentary or art films, he’s digging into the world of cinema by chatting with principle individuals involved in various aspects of the filmmaking industry.

You can listen other interviews, as well as the audio from his television program Meet Me at the Movies on C19.TV and WGWG soundcloud stream

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