There and Back Again: A David Lowery Tale

Okay, I was planning on being the first person to release this info but xmas and yesterday (Spiral's busiest day since opening day) proved to be way too busy for me to find time to sit on a computer and write. So if you haven't heard already Deadroom has been selected to play at SXSW for 2005. This festival is the biggest and best festival in the region and one of the top 10 festivals in the nation. So needless to say we're excited to have this as our official World Premier.

From Austin to Berlin: I'm very elated to announce the illustrious David Patrick Lowery has been accepted into the Berlin Talent Campus. I've said it before, this guy is talented and hard working. He is a hell of a filmmaker and fully deserves it. So congrats my friend. Soon enough the coattails will be flapping and I'll be hanging on.

The final screening for Deadroom at the Texas Filmmakers Series at the Angelika was tonight. We had a good crowd that seemed to be into it. I'm still really proud of the project but I'm getting to the point of hating my segment. I know it's lame to say that because I don't REALLY hate it. I still love the acting, photography and generally everything about it but at the same time I just wish I would have done some things different with the story. I guess that kind of always happens though. I wonder if directors like Wes Anderson or Jim Jarmusch feel the same way about their past projects?


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