So what is this a photo of? Why its me... presenting The Eviction to an academic planning group. I came home after the premiere to find an e-mail interested in having a showing. What could I say but yes. A total of 236 people participated. I was able to answer some questions about different policies of Dallas and the Charities that help out. It was a great opportunity and a fantastic way for people to see and comment on my work. What is in the works? Well, I have two d
There is a ghost that walks the campus at U.T. Austin. I remember walking on South Mall. Seeing the errant spackle on some of the buildings, and wondering. Running my finger along the divot in Jefferson's cape. Could these be markers? Could it be a trace. I didn't know. So much was left unsaid. The observation deck on the tower was still closed back then. Despite the passage of time, it is still remembered, left unspoken or maybe said, each time a someone opens fire
So how did the week go? It was a big week for "The Eviction." On Wed. I got word that it was accepted into its first Festival. The next day the folowing article appeared in the Denton Chronicle: Evicted with no destination 69 0 Comments (0)A Text Size Courtesy art/Andy Galloway “The Eviction,” a 38-minute documentary by UNT film student Andrew Galloway, will screen tonight at 7 p.m. in Room 184 in the UNT Media Arts Building. Film chronicles final month of Tent City Publis
So it is going to happen this week: the public showing of The Eviction. As if you couldn't tell, most of my efforts this week have been consumed with getting the word out about this. It will be shown in the Media Arts (RTFP) bld., rm. 184, at 7. I have been cutting down, reducing road noise. and making the images spark. Come on out and give it a look. After a week of tweaking, I had a dry run of the film on Friday. The Chair of my thesis, Ben Levin, made his comments, su
Spike Lee Joint many are familiar with his works as a director. From the provoking Do the Right Thing, Jungle Love, to works such as Malcolm X is a director that is not afraid to provoke. In analyzing his style and approach, sometimes it appears that he goes out of his way to snap his audience out of comfort zones regardless of the politics. At times all within a scene seem charged with the audience captivated waiting for what might be revealed. Yet this talented director
So... it has been a busy week. I have had to work overtime preparing the documentary for its public showing. Its going to be on Thurs. February 16 at 7:00. Come on out. As part of what I did in preparation of getting the word out was to create a press kit for The Eviction. I think it is pretty good, but would love your feedback. Where can I check it out, you ask? Well click on the link to the PDF on the home page of andydocs.
Also, just to let you know, The Evictio