1 Year of Once Upon A Town

Last year on Black Friday I convinced Patti Bandy and Erik Clapp to set out on the open road to try and explore and hopefully capture some of the magic that is rural Texas. We didn't have much of a plan, we had no interviews set up, and we didn't know exactly what we were looking for.

I had a hunch that Thalia, Texas was going to be a special place with history, great people, and interesting buildings and structures. When we arrived in Thalia the locals were proud to tell the story of their town and themselves and is still probably my favorite piece that we have produced. Without the success of this film I doubt we would have continued.

Since then it amazes me how much our little project has grown. On any 1 film we have 6-7 people who contribute in some special way. I am proud that all the content is created by us for this project by local Texans who care.

So from the entire crew at Once Upon A Town we want to thank the people who have followed and supported us and promoted our work. An extra special thanks to the people in the towns we visit, without you there would be nothing to show.

Coleman Anderson