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Once Again

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ABOUT THE FILM

After 20 years, filmmaker John Moore uses home movies, animation, and live action footage to recall and recreate his childhood struggles with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. This personal documentary offers a subjective view of torture and triumph.

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER

John Spottswood MooreJohn Spottswood Moore is a multi-award winning writer and director. While studying for a BA in Film from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, His debut film, Lemonade Stand, won multiple awards. Since then, he has worked in both radio and television in various creative positions.  In 2012, Moore recieved an MFA in Film Directing from the University of Texas at Austin. His four graduate films have coninued to play in festivals and win various accolades.

He most recently completed an animated documentary about his childhood with OCD, enitled Once Again. The film made it's debut at the Austin International Film Festival and has been awarded a Barbara Jones Media Award and Excellence Award from the Superfest Film Festival.  Moore currently works as a contract film and video editor and is in production on his first feature documentary, "When We Were Live."
 

ABOUT KLRU

Since its inception, Austin’s own community licensed public television station KLRU, has brought exceptional educational television to the Central Texas community. This non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization is made possible through support from our members. For more than 50 years KLRU has been a friend to Central Texans. KLRU’s mission is to enrich the lives of our viewers through quality public television programming, community services and public events with shows like Austin City Limits, Central Texas Gardener, Arts in Context, and Overheard with Evan Smith. KLRU’s mission is to present quality multimedia content that engages people in the thoughtful exchange of ideas, the expression of the arts, and enjoyable lifelong learning opportunities.

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