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Austin Film Festival

Great News! Once Again will be making it’s Regional premiere at the 21st Annual Austin Film Festival!! So excited to be part of the festival’s Texas Shorts program, alongside many brilliant films by fellow UT MFA Alumni (Monique Watson, Annie Silverstein, Ya’Ke Smith, and Alison Boland).  This will officially mark my third time playing at this unbelievable event!

Hideout Theater on October 24th from 7:30 pm..

The Long Center for the Performing Arts: Debra and Kevin Rollins Theatre on October 27th at 7:15 pm.

Please come out and how your support for these fantastic Texas Films!

Once Again at Superfest!!

Great News! On November 2nd, Once Again is to receive The Excellence Award at the 21st Annual Superfest International Disability Film Festival!

One of my most powerful motivations for creating this film was to speak to other individuals and families that are going through similar traumas as I once did. The film will be one of many terrific films touching on the subject or disability, all of which will feature both subtitling and audio descriptions for both the seeing and hearing impaired.

If you find yourself in San Francisco on November 2nd, please come check out a variety of wonderful films touching very important subjects matter.

Once Again in South Korea

Hello, Friends!

After nearly two years off, I am happy to give my first of three updates on the life and continued success of my short documentary, Once Again as well as some Jump Up classics!

The film recently played at Keimyung University in Daegu, South Korea.  Both Once Again and Lemonade Stand screened as part of [b]racket Magazine’s Annual B-list Art Exhibition.

From September 27th through October 2nd, the films were screened alongside the work of many other talented artists. From painters, to sculptors, to performance artists, the film found itself in very good company with an extraordinary turn out. It was the first time my work has screened as an installation in a museum, rather than screening in a  festival or online venue. A Special thanks to the Daegu art scene, Jess Hinshaw,  and [b]racket Magazine!

About John

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  • John Spottswood Moore is an animator, a filmmaker and a film enthusiast that has a BA from University of North Carolina in Creative Writing & Film Studies and a MFA from the University of Texas at Austin in Film & Animation Production.

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