Mark and Angela Walley

Website - WalleyFilms.com

Mark and Angela Walley are a husband and wife filmmaking duo based in San Antonio, Texas. They have been working together as artists, musicians and filmmakers for the past eight years. In 2009 they began a collaboration with Glasstire.com, a Houston-based non-profit online arts magazine, to produce a series of documentary films on Texas-based art and artists. In 2010 they established Walley Films, an independent production company committed to collaboration and advocacy of the arts. For the past two years The Walley's have produced over twenty short documentaries following artists, non-profit arts organizations and art related events. Their collaborative films have been featured on The New York Times, The Atlantic, NPR Picture Show, and Vimeo Staff Picks.

At the Hour of Our Death
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At the Hour of Our Death Video by Mark & Angela Walley, Photographs by Sarah Sudhoff

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