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Ask me anything   Blog for Hollow, an interactive doc that examines the future small town America through the voices of Appalachians.
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    Totally in love with these amazing home videos that Homer Hickam donated to the project…even though they are silent I am watching them and hearing the atmosphere, conversation and mood of the place. So beautiful, but I’m always a sucker for archival footage and home movies :)

    Totally in love with these amazing home videos that Homer Hickam donated to the project…even though they are silent I am watching them and hearing the atmosphere, conversation and mood of the place. So beautiful, but I’m always a sucker for archival footage and home movies :)

    — 12 months ago with 2 notes
    #homer hickam  #archives  #archival  #film  #old  #Memories  #home  #home movies 
    
HOMER HICKAM SUPPORTS HOLLOW
In addition to providing rewards for our Kickstarter campaign, Homer Hickam (author and former NASA engineer) sent a message to his Facebook fans today stating:

"People who love those West Virginia hills should help Hollow, a documentary about the county where I grew up, not as it was then but as it is now. A cautionary tale. Post-industrial societies look a lot like pre-industrial societies."

Hickam grew up in the McDowell County town of Coalwood. His novel, October Sky, was made into a feature-length film starring Jake Gyllenhaal. His most recent novel, Crater, was one of the most sought after rewards on our Kickstarter campaign.

    HOMER HICKAM SUPPORTS HOLLOW

    In addition to providing rewards for our Kickstarter campaign, Homer Hickam (author and former NASA engineer) sent a message to his Facebook fans today stating:

    "People who love those West Virginia hills should help Hollow, a documentary about the county where I grew up, not as it was then but as it is now. A cautionary tale. Post-industrial societies look a lot like pre-industrial societies."

    Hickam grew up in the McDowell County town of Coalwood. His novel, October Sky, was made into a feature-length film starringĀ Jake Gyllenhaal. His most recent novel, Crater, was one of the most sought after rewards on our Kickstarter campaign.

    — 2 years ago with 2 notes
    #homer hickam  #october sky  #hollow  #film  #documentary  #coalwood  #West Virginia  #mcdowell county  #appalachia  #jake gyllenhaal