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Squat Movie Wins Telly Award
April 14, 2007, 3:05 am
Filed under: Squat News, Squat Video, Uncategorized

home_header_statue.gifThe Squat Book Promotional Movie has been awarded a Bronze 2007 Telly Award in the category of Non-Broadcast Production- Religion/Spirituality. The Telly Awards received over 13,000 entries from ad agencies, production companies, and TV stations worldwide.  

The Squat Movie was videod on location in the East Village of New York City and features Squat author Taylor Field discussing the various aspects of the book including how the plotline of Squat intersects his own life’s story. The Squat Movie was directed and edited by David Woodard. 

Please view the award-winning feature below.

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A short promotional movie for the novel Squat by Taylor Field.

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The real deal. Taylor Field is that. What this video does not say is that Taylor is from Enid, a small rural town in Oklahoma. He has not shrunk back from his ministry to the homeless in NYC – a place far removed from his hometown where he could sit and “watch a hawk making lazy circles in the sky”. I salute his fortitude and resolve and perseverance. And now SQUAT – a novel defined by an author writing from upclose and personal experience. Taylor, I remember you said once that God is able to do more than you can ask or think – and that you are able to ask and think quite a lot. My prayers are with you as God continues to use your ministry in amazing ways…a ministry that may be “muffled” to you, but that we hear loud and clear!

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