Tom Lowe (writer)

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Tom Löwe is a filmmaker and writer from Southern California. A Gulf War combat veteran, Lowe is best known as the director of TimeScapes (2012), [1] [ unreliable source? ] a 40-minute non-verbal-narrative film. He was named Astronomy Photographer of the Year in 2010. [2]

Löwe is also the author of Spin ( ISBN   0-671-01923-6), a roman à clef based on his experience working as a political operative in California. [3] He is a former Chief Speech Writer and Director of Public Affairs for the Speaker of the California Assembly, and a former producer of the public affairs roundtable The McLaughlin Group .

In November 2010, Löwe served as 2nd Unit Director and 2nd Unit Director of Photography on Godfrey Reggio's feature film Visitors . [4] [ unreliable source? ] Löwe spent five years working as a 2nd Unit Director on Terrence Malick's Voyage of Time . [5] [ unreliable source? ] Löwe is the founder and proprietor of the largest timelapse community on the internet, In 2010 and 2011, Löwe shot a 40-minute non-narrative film entitled TimeScapes in the Southwestern United States. The film was published in 2012 in different formats. Pre-production footage of the film can be seen here:

In July 2017, Löwe announced his second film, AWAKEN. [6]

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