Tollbooth Features “Welcome to the Neighborhood”

10 Mar
Puppets created by Puppet Master Jeremy Gregory.

“Welcome to the Neighborhood”

Now featured in the Tollbooth Gallery is a stop motion animation titled “Welcome to the Neighborhood.”  This short film is directed by Brian Parker, and features the puppet mastery of Jeremy Gregory.

Jeremy Gregory now has a small tribe of these puppets  deemed "The Unbelievables." See more of their world on Instagram @jeremyngregory

Jeremy Gregory now has a small tribe of these puppets deemed “The Believables.” See more of their world on Instagram @jeremyngregory

 Run time:  2:52

Created by Brian Parker and Jeremy Gregory
Narrator/Character Voices – Wayne Messer
Character Voice – Jeremy Gregory
Music Composition/Off Model – Geoffrey Weeg
Script Supervisor/Post-production – Kristina Hansen
Grip – Robert Hoyt
Gaffer – Chrispin Flores
Puppet Assistant – Charles Brock
Camera/Set Construction – Robert Bickford
with production assistance provided by the students of the Digital Media Program at Bates Technical College

Copyright 2012

Copyright 2012

The Tollbooth Gallery, planted firmly by the corner of 11th & Broadway, is often billed as the “The World’s (or at least the South Sound’s) Smallest Art Gallery.” Originally founded in 2003 with a view of promoting site specific experimental art, the Tollbooth Gallery is currently accepting submissions that reflect the evolution of film to video, the celebration of short format work and Tacoma filmmakers.  Learn more at: www.spaceworkstacoma.com

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