Two songs from the follow-up album to Barry Island

song of ourselves

“New Yorkers in Uniform: From World War One to Today” | Premier & Panel Discussion in Yonkers, NY

Last weekend, December 9, 2017, we showed our documentary at an event in The Yonkers Public Library.  After the screening, we held a panel discussion/Q&A, which was  followed by a reception at the Yonkers Brewing Company.

The Film:

Panel Discussion/Q&A:

CREDITS

A Film by
KEITH MUCHOWSKI
KEVIN DOUGLAS
JUNIOR TIDAL
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Executive Producer
KEITH MUCHOWSKI

Co-Producers
KEVIN DOUGLAS
JUNIOR TIDAL

Associate Producer/Post-Production
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Written by
KEITH MUCHOWSKI
and
KEVIN DOUGLAS
with
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Edited by
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Narrated by
KEITH MUCHOWSKI

Music by
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Sound Editor
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Sound Post-Production
& Sound Effects
TIMOTHY HOLLAND

Archival Material
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
NATIONAL ARCHIVES
and
TERESA M. TOBIN

SPECIAL THANKS

Thomas M. Tobin
Teresa M. Tobin
Michael Yeh
Malika Hammond

New Yorkers in Uniform: From World War One to Today

I had a great time working on this film with Keith, Kevin, and Junior! Also, many thanks to everyone involved (Thomas, Tess, Michael, and Malika). Looking forward to the event in Yonkers on December 9th!

The Strawfoot

We showed our film today. I will have more to say in the coming days but for now wanted to share it. Enjoy.

View original post

New Yorkers in Uniform, this Wednesday the 15th

The Strawfoot

Should one happen to be in New York City this week you are invited to attend the showing of our World War One documentary. The event is being held at New York City College of Technology (CUNY), which is convenient to most public transportation. The program is being held in the Ursula C. Schwerin Library on the 4th floor of the Atrium. The event is free and runs from 1:00-2:30 pm. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to the email below or to me here at the Strawfoot.

View original post

Lights, camera . . .

The Strawfoot

I have not mentioned it in a while but my friends/colleagues and I are still plugging away on our Great War documentary. We intend to wrap up in the next 7-10 days, after which we will show it two two English classes at my college and at various other venues this fall. Today I met with our editor Tim, who interviewed me for the film and recorded my narration. I mentioned this in the summer but, again, I can’t express how much Tim has brought to the project. He has such professionalism in the technical aspects of the craft and an incredible sense of narrative as well. In addition to being a film editor, he is musician and novelist. We know we have to finish this one first, but as we were wrapping up today we were already talking about potentially working on another project. I hope that comes to…

View original post 51 more words

“A Barry Island of the Mind” is now available to stream on SoundCloud!

 

Please feel free to contact me with any questions: