"...Documentary filmmaker Andrew Shea was there when it happened, though he didn't know what was happening at the time. By that point, Shea, a longtime feature filmmaker and a professor in the University of Texas' Department of Radio-Television-Film, had been shooting footage for what would eventually become the documentary Portrait of Wally for more than two years..."
"...Directed by: Andrew Shea...."
"...Wrestling Alligators: Written by Udy Epstein, Tchavdar Georgiev and Andrew Shea, directed by Andrew Shea Texas Independent Features..."
"...D: Andrew Shea; with Billy Burke, Sherry Stringfield, John Aylward, Gregory Itzin..."
"...An 11th-hour phone call from Brigid Shea, executive director of the Save Our Springs Alliance, broke up a verbal brawl between developer Michael Voticky and Councilmember Daryl Slusher at last week's council meeting. Before Shea's call, Slusher was fighting to delay a vote approving the expansion of St..."
"...While Brigid Shea is doing her best to get the city's ethical rulebook thrown at Eric Mitchell, Ronney Reynolds confirms reports that he intends a run at the mayoral seat in 1997, and Bruce Todd denies incessant rumors that he's leaving office early to seek a job in D.C...."
"...Nov.: The Save Our Springs Coalition, an alliance of environmental groups led by Brigid Shea of Clean Water Action, begins a petition drive to put the SOS ordinance on the ballot.1992Jan.: The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals rules that Outer Loop (Texas 45) and the southern extension of MoPac are not federal projects and do not require federal environmental impact studies, as requested by Austin environmental groups...."
"...After Samson spoke, Jackie Goodman suggested reviving a committee to better define meeting procedures, and colleague Brigid Shea offered to chair it. The mayor would have none of that discussion and quickly recognized the next speakers, advocates for the disabled who excoriated the mayor for, they said, supporting a "watered-down" American with Disabilities Act..."
"...For the past month, former city councilmember Brigid Shea has been putting her communication skills to the test as the state co-director of Texas Citizen Action, a consumer watchdog group that promises an in-your-face campaign to bring utility issues to the forefront on two counts: The business of restructuring utilities and the politics of cleaning up the air they muck up. "Restructuring is one of the clearest opportunities to tackle pollution in a big way," says Shea, who singles out coal plants as among the worst polluters, even though utilities sing coal's praises for being so darn cheap. While utility companies have big money in their corner, consumers are a force to be reckoned with, Shea warns..."
"...The two council members at the time most likely to have opposed the deal -- Max Nofziger and Brigid Shea -- were both missing in action on Feb. 1, 1996, a day that's remembered more for the ice storm that paralyzed the city than for the land deal that would later become City Hall's albatross..."
"...The Transfiguration D: Michael O'Shea This atmospheric New York tale about love, loss, and vampires follows Milo, a 14-year-old boy with a dark secret. The surprise of the Cannes Film Festival 2016..."
"...Goodman and other councilmembers also say that Garza's manner -- low-key, responsive, and yielding -- is an improvement over Barnett, who many say used her position to obstruct some council initiatives while facilitating the passage of others. "Camille was powerful and she wielded it," says Brigid Shea. "Jesus isn't comfortable wielding power..."
"...“Splinter” (USA, 90 min.) Writers: Kai Barry, Toby Wilkins Director: Toby Wilkins Cast: Shea Whigham, Paulo Costanzo, Jill Wagner, Charles Baker, Laurel Whitsett, Rachel Kerbs Regional Premiere..."
"...D: Katt Shea; with Emily Bergl, Jason London, Amy Irving...."
"...(The Lemon Tree Caper/La intriga del limonero)** Benjamin Alire Sáenz (Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secret of the Universe**; Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club) Barney Saltzberg (Arlo Needs Glasses; Andrew Drew and Drew)** Esmeralda Santiago (Conquistadora) Steven Saylor (The Seven Wonders: A Novel of the Ancient World) Liz Garton Scanlon (Think Big)** Gary D. Schmidt (What Came From the Stars)** Krista Schlyer (Continental Divide: Wildlife, People, and the Border Wall) John Schwartz (Oddly Normal: One Family's Struggle to Help Their Teenage Son Come to Terms with His Sexuality: A Memoir) Jon Scieszka (Guys Read: The Sports Page)** Elaine Scott (Buried Alive!: How 33 Miners Survived 69 Days Deep Under the Chilean Desert)** Rob Scotton (Splat the Cat)** Kirk Scroggs Kirk Scroggs (Tales of a Sixth-Grade Muppet Book 3: The Good, the Bad, and the Fuzzy)** Marla Semple (Where'd You Go, Bernadette) Bob Shea (Dinosaur vs..."
"...Cast: Adepero Oduye, Pernell Walker, Kim Wayans, Charles Parnell, Aasha Davis. Take Shelter (Director and screenwriter: Jeff Nichols) — A working-class husband and father questions whether his terrifying dreams of an apocalyptic storm signal something real to come or the onset of an inherited mental illness he’s feared his whole life. Cast: Michael Shannon, Jessica Chastain, Shea Whigham, Katy Mixon, Kathy Baker. Terri (Director: Azazel Jacobs; Screenwriters: Patrick Dewitt and Azazel Jacobs) — Orphaned to an uncle who is fading away, mercilessly teased by his peers and roundly ignored by his teachers, Terri is alienated and alone..."
"...2 commissioner, former Pct. 2 Commissioner Karen Sonleitner, former Council Member Brigid Shea, who has also filed initial paperwork to run for the seat; former City Council candidate Margot Clarke, attorney and city Water and Wastewater Commissioner Sarah Faust, accountability watchdog Richard Viktorin, and attorney Jeb Boyt, who serves on the board of Alliance for Public Transportation...."
"...Recently retired Public Works Director Sondra Creighton also showed up on Kim's donor list, along with Texas Disposal Systems head Bob Gregory (the local alternative to rival waste giant Waste Management Inc.). Kim has also picked up support from the progressive 'roots crowd (Robin Rather, Brigid Shea) that backed her opponent, Margot Clarke, three years ago..."
"...You know this band's from Boston right away. "Buick Electra" is a sludgy opening ode to an ever-faithful car; then there's a song called "Liquorcoat." The four Helicopters creep over Marshall-stacked guitars and Apache-blade bass while singer Tim Shea narrates impending doom and helplessness..."
"...Electing people like Brigid Shea, Daryl Slusher, Willie Lewis, and Bill Spelman are made harder by this amendment, not easier. The ability of candidates who do not have personal money to reach voters will be reduced and the need to recruit wealthy candidates will gain impetus..."