It will be 4 years in July since my father has passed, and during it, I made him a promise. Still in high school/college and majoring in film and tv production, I said I would make a film about him and share it with the world. Now, at the time I might have over-exaggerated "sharing it with the world". Today, though it has been about 4 years, it feels like only a few weeks ago. His death was expected, but of course I was never prepared for it. I interviewed him, recorded him sometimes when he wasn't aware, and gathered what I could to form into a story. My father's name was Andrew Jackson. No not the president, though we are related. He was a musician. Composed his own music, and played acoustic guitar. In 2012 he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Though surgery rid of it the first time, it then made a second appearance and was then diagnosed as a recurrent brain cancer. He was given months, and his dying wish was to be remembered and that his music be shared. In order to really commit, I recently quit a job I held for 2 straight years, saving up as much as possible, doing other sorts of side work related to film and photography, and putting together this script. Now that I have the committed time, the equipment, and the extra help, I think now I can finally share my experiences and my father's composed work as well as his life with people. I know it is what he would have wanted. It is very personal. Take it to heart, a lot of people seem to like the "real". I realize this sounds like some kind of documentary. In part, it is, but I've started putting together a script for it. In order to piece together my feelings, some suggest placing myself in the film as well. From back then and to now. I just hope this works out. Any suggestions?