Just in time for Mother’s Day, Andrew’s short film “Love Mom” has made its way into the world. For this project, Andrew used an interrotron to interview moms (including his own), but with a twist: they didn't know their children were listening. Little Black Book did a nice writeup about the piece, a bit of which we’ll share here.
Here’s more from Andrew:
"There is a point in your life when you realize that each moment with your mother is more precious than the last. It's usually right around the point you realize they are human and they did their best with you. After my sister's wedding, I realized that my mother and I had never actually spent meaningful time alone, so I decided to change that. Since then, our relationship has been full of long conversations and sharing stories.
As we spoke more I realized how differently the two of us have seen so many of the same things. With Mother's Day coming I thought this film could be an opportunity to explore what I learned about our relationship and share that same gift with the other families who participated.
I hope the film allows people to take a moment to think about/remember/send some love to your mother (or be celebrated yourself). Happy Mother's Day to you all and your families. Love ‘em while you got ‘em."
Full video below (grab your tissues now):