Items Available for Download
Assembled below are some of the publications, designs and other assorted oddities that I have created or assembled over the years. Unless indicated otherwise, all items included here are my original work. Enjoy!
The PA Guide
This document is what every new PA should be handed when they first step into a production office. Being a PA is a job not to be taken lightly and too many kids who are eager to storm Hollywood miss out on the essential foundation-building elements illustrated within. Note: only the foreword and revision history were written by Andrew Duncan. This document is under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 license.
Long before the LowTide failed to become a pop-culture phenomenon it was an occasionally produced, badly written on-set newsletter. One of the rarest collectibles from the world of film and television, the LowTide is finally available for you to download in PDF format. Don’t say that you weren’t warned! These documents are under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 license.
We Are Interns (We Are Marshall)
Meet the ‘Thundering Hotties’ and the crazy crew of the imaginary film "We Are Interns" which is based upon and published for the real cast/crew working on the real Warner Brothers film "We Are Marshall".
StrokeTide (Stroke of Genius: The Bobby Jones Story)
Good Game! The LowTide Struck by Genius. Published for the cast/crew of the feature film based on the life of golfer Bobby Jones
Dumb & Dumberer
Captain Rob Rules! The Dumberest LowTide Evarrrrr Matey!! Published for the cast/crew of the feature film sequel to the movie based on the early days of Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunn.
Sweet Home Alabama
Felony Melanie Rides Again! The Sweetest Little LowTide y’all. Published for the cast/crew of the feature film starring our own little Reese Witherspoon.
Run Ronnie Run
Y’all are Brutalizin’ Me! The inbred trailerpark LowTide. Published for the cast/crew of the feature film based on the character Ronnie Dobbs from the HBO series "Mr. Show".
The LowTide Does Five to Ten. Published for the cast/crew of the feature film based on the life of grumpy author Harold Moss.
False River v1
This was the first of two LowTides published for the cast/crew of the strange little independent feature film False River.
False River v2
This was the second of two LowTides published for the cast/crew of the strange little independent feature film False River.
Published for the cast/crew of the made-for-TV movie about a boy and his horse.
The final of three LowTides published for the cast/crew of the Aaron Spelling television series “Savannah”, filmed primarily in Atlanta, Georgia.
The second of three LowTides published for the cast/crew of the Aaron Spelling television series “Savannah”, filmed primarily in Atlanta, Georgia.
The first of three LowTides published for the cast/crew of the Aaron Spelling television series “Savannah”, filmed primarily in Atlanta, Georgia.
Six Degrees of Cooking
This recipe book was inspired by an article in which I retell the story of the time that I completely ruined a piece of steak after mis-reading the recipe. Call this electronic recipebook “culinary penance” if you will. As with most things I do, I’ve turned a molehill into a 1929 Huppmobile with leather seats and dining car; fancier than originally planned. It’s a very small world if we’re truly only six people connections away from knowing each other. Imagine how far this fantastic recipe book could travel! Remember, if you like it you have to put a few cans into your local foodbank. This document is under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 license.
The Atlanta Film Festival Invitation
In 2003 I threw myself into writing my first feature screenplay, completing and registering it with the Writer’s Guild as the year drew to a close. After seeding the play to a group of colleagues for input on revisions I was approached by local Atlanta indie-producer Linda Burns to submit the screenplay for the Southeaster Media Award competition. It sounded fun and so we submitted our screenplay package to the competition and were happy to learn that we were one of five finalists who’d be part of a series of readings at the 2004 Atlanta Film Festival. This is the electronic invitation that we sent out to people to come and see our reading. Atlanta filmmaker Lynn Lamousin ultimately won the 2004 competition, but we had a great experience along the way. This document is under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 license.