Long Art (2003) - 2000 Fellowship
The daily lives of several artists reveal the mysterious journeys taken on the road to making art.
The Last Home Movie (2004) - 2000 Fellowship
Length: 86 min.
A docudrama looking at a family whose parents have been married for over 68 years. The family faces new realities--from the dispiriting to the unexpectedly humorous--as the aging parents move toward the final stages of their lives.
Bad Girls (2006) - 2000 Fellowship
A documentary look at two artists who have taken the difficult, stressful, and unhappy moments of their lives and found the ability to laugh at themselves--and translate this experience into a successful business.
Thirteen (1997) - 1994 Fellowship
Format: 16 mm, color
Length: 87 min.
A girls journey from age 13 to 14 in a Virginia suburb, a year marked by love, pain and the importance of owning the right car.
Movado Someone To Watch Award, IFP - West/International Federation of Film Societies (Berlin, Germany)/John Cassavetes Creative Artist Award, Huntington International Independent Film Festival
San Francisco International Film Festival (CA)/Virginia Film Festival (VA)/Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival/Robert Flaherty International Film Seminar (NY)/Toronto Film Festival (Canada)/Berlin Film Festival (Germany)/New Directors New Films (NY)/San Francisco International Film Festival (CA)/Brisbane International Film Festival (Australia)/Sydney Film Festival (Australia)/Hong Kong International Film Festival/Philadelphia Festival of World (PA)/Vancouver International Film Festival (Canada)/Berlin International Film Festival (Germany)/Huntington International Independent Film Festival
Lincoln Center (NY)/Chaplin Theater (Los Angeles, CA)
Harvey Williams & Associates
1019 19th Street, NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036
Dreams in the Night (1983)
Virginia Museum Fellowship, 1993 and 1999
Movado Someone To Watch Award, 1998
National Endowment for the Arts Grant, 1995
Sundance Jury Award for Distinction, 1993
Southeast Media Fellowship Program Grant, 1984 and 1988
1985 MS, Computer Science, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond
1984 MA, Film, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond
David Williamss The Last Home Movie, a new docudrama focusing on an elderly couple and their family coping with the final stages of life, screened at the Virginia Film Festival in October.
David Williams screened his work-in-progress The Last Home Movie at the Virginia Film Festival in October. The docudrama looks at a family whose parents have been married for more than 67 years.
June - July 2004
David Williamss Long Art, a documentary about the daily lives of several artists reveal the mysterious journeys taken on the road to making art, screened at the Virginia Film Festival in April.