TWLOHA: A Short Film by John Canfield

By Jamie TworkowskiDecember 16, 2009

Hey Guys,

Shortly after we annouced the NYC Photo Shoot (for Rolling Stone) a few weeks back, we got an email from a guy named John Canfield. John is a Film student at NYU and was writing to ask if he could film the event for a project for one of his classes.

Well, after several hours of filming and roughly 150 hours of editing, we’re excited for you to see John’s film. His professor and classmates loved it and we hope you will too. John shot most of the NYC footage and Dustin Miller was generous in providing additional footage (Fall ’08 tour, Heavy and Light ’09, etc.) In the end, it’s a great summary of TWLOHA as well as another look at a special day in Washington Square Park – strangers coming together for something that was very much “more than a photo shoot”. John’s film captures the heart of the matter and we’re grateful that he would share his time and talent with us.

John would like to dedicate this film to his friend Marc Alden Strizzi (6/20/90 – 12/13/07)

Peace to you.

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