Ziplok is a 116 page screenplay script Andrew Morrison has written and published on August 22, 2017. This script tells the story of the advocacy for the preservation of the murals.
This new film by Andrew Morrison documents the removal and relocation of the Great Walls of Indian Heritage from the old school into the new. It was filmed from 2013-2017.
Mr. Morrison continues graduate school at the University of California Santa Barbara to obtain his Master of Fine Art degree. He is currently a Teaching Assistant for the Image Studies and Visual Literacy classes at UCSB.
He is developing curriculum that can be taught at a University level and helping coordinate the first Native American film festival at UCSB featuring his film “Great Walls of Indian Heritage” in the spring of 2018.
New film showcasing Mr. Morrison’s travels to the Arctic Circle in celebration of the arts and a mural dedicated to this friend, Peter Bordner.