DOCUMENTARY GRAPHIC NOVEL IN DEVELOPMENT

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In order to focus all my energy on completing the upcoming, fully painted, documentary graphic novel What Follows Is True...Crescent: The Baker Years, I'm taking a short hiatus from this blog. What Follows Is True, chronicles the Norman Baker years (1938-1939), the strangest and darkest years of the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  This book has been in development for some time, and I look forward to its evolution.  

SEANFITZGIBBONART weekly blog will continue on SEPTEMBER 4, 2014, and I'll be back sharing all new developments and news on the book as well as works in progress, upcoming exhibits, illustration projects, community based projects, workshops and everything else. 

Thanks and I look forward to seeing you back here in September!

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TRAIL DANCE FILM FESTIVAL

Last weekend my wife Willow and I attended the Trail Dance Film Festival representing the documentary film Up Among The Hills directed by Larry Foley and narrated by Bill Clinton.  The film was named an Official Selection and nominated for best feature documentary.  Willow provided historic photo archiving and library research for the film and I contributed production and DVD cover art.  The film was made possible by the support of the Fayetteville Public Library through an N E H Challenge Grant.  

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After answering questions following the festival screening of Up Among the Hills we were able to catch some of the other fine FILMS being shown at the festival ranging from short and feature length documentaries and fiction of varying genres.  

Prints of DVD cover art and production art used in the film's time-lapse production are also available for purchase in the Clinton House Museum gift shop and at my STORE.  For museum hours, admission and location please visit them on the web at clintonhousemuseum.org.

To access past Up Among The Hills related posts check out my BLOG ARCHIVE.  The documentary is available for purchase at AMAZON.