Diane Glancy
Film:
FOUR QUARTERS  2013




THE DOME OF HEAVEN  2009
Film
Film
LH Films  in memory of my father
Videos


Short Films:

RIDE BETWEEN THE WORLDS



ON THE SHORE OF THEIR COUNTRY
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Film in progress:
When Everett Was Still Dancing

Everett, a gospel musician, has traveled to churches across Kansas
for many years playing revivals and church services.  He has lost his
first love for his work, and is going through the motions.  As the film
opens, Everett, on a trip alone in western Kansas, picks up a young
man, Sam Crews, hitchhiking by the road with a guitar case.  Sam
Crews goes with Everett to the church where he is headed.  Though
Sam Crews doesn’t play gospel, he tries to follow.  They talk about
music.  Everett: Music breaks down walls.  San Crews: Music builds
the walls I need.  It keeps me away from the past.  
  The importance of gospel music is central to the film as Sam
Crews begins to understand its purpose.  Everett:  I’ve always
suspicioned that heaven is sound.  Sam Crews begins to agree.  One
of the central themes of the film what gospel music requires in
return.  Everett: When I was still dancing in my stupidity— in my
under-estimation of what Christianity was about— I thought I was
doing good work.  But I was doing nothing.  I played as though the
music was about me.  I played ground level.  I didn’t lead others to
the higher ground because I didn’t reach it myself.  That’s the grief
of it.  The film is about Everett’s journey to a new inspiration, a
new fire in his faith.