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Honk: How an Out Filmmaker and a Goose Became Best Friends

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Filmmaker Cheryl Allison didn’t let the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic keep her from making a new friend — and forging a relationship that changed both their lives.

No spoilers, but have some Kleenex handy.In March 2020, Allison and her wife, Natalie Murray, were on lockdown in Dallas. Unable to see any other friends or family, Allison began taking walks around Turtle Creek Park in their neighborhood.

There she met a feathered being who’s now the subject of her documentary Honk: A Goose, a Girl, and a Fairy Tale Ending.“Here he came, honking into my life,” says Allison, who has seen Honk the goose and Honk the film soar to international fame.

The film has been in 36 festivals and won more than 10 awards in them, and it’s now available on major streaming services, giving it the most exposure of any of her works.She and Honk formed a connection almost immediately, she says. “That took me by complete surprise,” she says. “I was very taken aback when he started following me and acting like he knew me.

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