Towards the end, it does speak to the current politics of the issue – particularly the Texas campus carry.

That law is scheduled to take effect at 4-year universities in Texas on the 50th anniversary on August 1, 2016 – supposedly by coincidence.

A society in which the most popular newspaper cartoon strips, television programs, and movies are those that can invent new means of perpetrating bodily harm.

A people who somehow can remain silent while their own civilization... Loudermilk and Marijohn Wilkin Performed by Stonewall Jackson Published by Universal - Cedarwood Publishing, Peermusic (UK) Ltd., and Loudermilk Muisc Courtesy of Columbia Nashville By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing See more » SPOILER: Tower received huge ovations and overwhelming support in its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin.

TOWER, an animated and action-packed documentary, shares the untold story of that day - when the worst in one man brought out the best in so many others.

In a Q&A, director Keith Maitland revealed that he filmed locations at the University of Texas with an i Phone in order to obtain the footage animators used for the rotoscoped backgrounds, while most of the actors featured in the re-enactments were filmed in his backyard in front of a greenscreen.

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See full summary » Nearly fifty years ago, a gunman rode the elevator to the twenty-seventh floor of the University of Texas Tower and opened fire.

They use actor's voice to recreate the events which are based on interviews with many of the original participants (victims, police, witnesses). For those of us came to the Forty Acres (UT-Austin campus) years later, there is an eerie feeling in just watching the events play out at the center of campus where we know every building, every column, every statue like our own homes. The moving presence was Clare Wilson, the woman who was 8-month pregnant, and lost her baby and her boyfriend that day.

Tower remains mostly non-political as the film is mostly just a recreating of horror of August 1, 1966.

There are still many folks in Austin who remember that day.