Tucson’s Exploded View Gallery, the best place for experimental films and music in town, will feature works by Gregg Biermann and some of my stuff on October 12 2016. I’m excited, but at the same time I just hope not having to explain what it is all about..
Our new animated short finally sees the light of day!
Starring our friendly neighbor, sometimes-cat-sitter and Lousiana native Glyn Royston, this clip will have its premiere in the real world at this year’s Desert Dust Cinema short film festival in Lobo/Texas during the first weekend of September. Come around, it’s all free!
Good news: The fourth round of the Desert Dust Cinema, our short film festival in the former ghosttown Lobo/Texas, will happen during next year’s Labor Day weekend – that’s Saturday, September 03 and Sunday, September 04 2016. As usual, we will have more information on the schedule online during summer on the festival’s website.
The screenings will again take place outside in the evening at the former Lobo gas station. Live music will also be happening, at no entry fee. If you haven’t been around, join us for this special long weekend in September 2016!