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Uncanny Valley :: Kae Astra And John Valley Collaborate For Stunning ‘Medicate’ Video

During the weeks leading up to the recent production of John Valley‘s first feature film, Duncan, a crowdfunding campaign was created in hopes of making the production as smooth and beneficial for everyone involved as possible.  The support garnered was overwhelming, and among those who supported was current Austin resident and recording artist Kae Astra.  Due to the tier of donation she took part in, John Valley stepped up to the plate to direct visual art for Kae Astra in the form of Medicate.  Words do not do this song and video justice… take a few minutes to check it out for yourself, share it around for others to do the same, and leave a like and/or a comment to help boost the visibility!

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Headline News :: John Valley Premiers First Trailer For ‘Duncan’

2019 promises to be an exciting year for many creatives, myself included.  Exhibit A : John Valley and his debut feature film, Duncan.  After a successful crowdfunding campaign via Seed&SparkValley and crew shot the film, and going into festival season, it appears we may have something in the works that could potentially make some noise.  Working on this project was a blast, and I’m honored to be a part of it in any capacity.  Stay tuned to Duncan on your favorite form of social media, and be there when this one hits, because it feels like it’s going to hit big.

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Independent Spirits :: John Valley And Crew Embark On The ‘Duncan’ Journey

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Austin-based music video and film director John Valley is about to take a huge step forward in his creative life.  This past Monday, the Seed & Spark campaign begin for his upcoming independent feature film Duncan.  The film is a slightly embellished re-creation of the events surrounding Pizzagate, with a bit of a ‘what-if’ scenario thrown in for good measure as a reflection on the ‘fake news’ culture that runs rampant these days.  The campaign to get this film made is an important one… every bit of money and equipment donated not only will help ensure this film’s completion, but 1,000 likes will ensure the project moves to the next round, where the possibility of $60k and production credits from the Duplass Brothers becomes closer to reality.  As a member of the cast, I would certainly appreciate, and I don’t find it presumptuous to say that the rest of the cast and crew would feel the same.

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