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Andrew Q Holzschuh is a Texas-based filmmaker who, over the past ten years, has made his name focusing on stories that are off the beaten path. His short narrative and documentary films cover a wide variety of topics such as refugee resettlement, sex trafficking, porn addiction, christian battle rappers, drug addiction and more. His primary focus throughout his body of work is to create a transformative experience for the audience, helping them gain a new level of empathy. His use of different mediums and techniques have spanned from stop-motion animation, to light weight run-and-gun documentary filming, and even storytelling through point and shoot cameras.

His recent films include “Hope Uncloaked” and “He’s Still Fast” both of which he shot, directed, produced, and edited. His technique of staying light weight and close to his subjects for longer periods of time allows him to provide a glimpse into his subjects’ lives and the moments that unfold day to day. Currently Andrew is in post production on a series of short documentaries about he and his wife’s 2600 mile walk from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail and 500 mile walk across the state of Colorado.

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Andrew Q Holzschuh is a Texas-based filmmaker who, over the past ten years, has made his name focusing on stories that are off the beaten path. His short narrative and documentary films cover a wide variety of topics such as refugee resettlement, sex trafficking, porn addiction, christian battle rappers, drug addiction and more. His primary focus throughout his body of work is to create a transformative experience for the audience, helping them gain a new level of empathy. His use of different mediums and techniques have spanned from stop-motion animation, to light weight run-and-gun documentary filming, and even storytelling through point and shoot cameras.

His recent films include “Hope Uncloaked” and “He’s Still Fast” both of which he shot, directed, produced, and edited. His technique of staying light weight and close to his subjects for longer periods of time allows him to provide a glimpse into his subjects’ lives and the moments that unfold day to day. Currently Andrew is in post production on a series of short documentaries about he and his wife’s 2600 mile walk from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail and 500 mile walk across the state of Colorado.

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