Wednesday, January 2, 2008


"What happens to the 705 people of Crawford, Texas when George W. Bush moves to town?"

That is the question David Modigliani, who produced and directed this movie, attempts to answer in a new documentary which will make it's debut this Spring at the SXSW film festival in Austin. It has many supporters including Ted Danson, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Mary Steenburgen and is being represented by Josh Braun of Submarine Entertainment who also represented Super Size Me, Spellbound, and Control Room.

The really exciting thing for us here at HCPL is that John Egan, one of the processors in Technical Services, is doing some of the music for the film.

For more on this movie and to see a clip go to

1 comment:

brown sugar said...

interesting, will be looking for the movie!! the POOR folk of Crawford, but better them than the rest of the U.S.A.
You go Mr. Egan, PROUD of YOU!!!