The Birds is a great movie, a documentary about the American Civil War that’s been nominated for best picture at the Academy Awards.
The film tells the story of the war in its entirety, which begins with the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
But it’s also about the lives of some of the country’s most prominent people, including William Lloyd Garrison, whose life is a constant companion to the film.
Garrison, the film’s director, said the story isn’t just about the war itself, but also how it changed people’s lives.
Garrison said he and his wife are now in their 50s and 70s, and that it’s been a lifelong dream to tell the story.
“When you go into a war zone, you’re always surrounded by people who you think are heroes,” he said.
“But the thing that really brings you to tears is the people you don’t know.”
Garrison, who has served in the U.S. Army for three tours, was born in 1868 in a farmhouse in the small town of Winton, Kentucky.
His father was a former coal miner and his mother was a schoolteacher who owned a dry goods store.
Garrison started at the age of five, working his way up to a farm manager.
Garrison worked in coal mines for a while, eventually moving on to a coal company and eventually becoming a full-time coal miner.
Garrison grew up hearing stories about the conflict, including the story that Confederate General George Armstrong Custer would be riding into battle on horseback.
Garrison became fascinated by the war and the lives that were put on the line.
Garrison is known for making films about war, but he said that’s a small part of his passion.
“A lot of my films deal with that aspect of the world,” he told Business Insider.
“And this one deals with the actual war.”
In addition to Garrison’s documentary, the movie also features the voices of other people who fought in the war.
The movie includes performances by actors who were soldiers in the conflict: singer and actor J.D. Salinger, musician Eric Clapton, actor Anthony Perkins, and comedian Patton Oswalt.
It also includes a portrait of the late jazz musician, saxophonist, and singer Sammy Davis Jr. Garrison was a part of the UMWA film festival that screened the film during the film festival.
The festival’s organizers, the Center for the Study of Women in the Arts, said in a statement that they are thrilled with the film and are looking forward to seeing it in theaters later this year.
“This film is an important part of our national history and a reminder of how the war impacted women and how they came to understand the human condition and their place in society,” the organizers said in the statement.
“In the film, Garrison explores the role of women in American society during the war as a result of the civil rights movement and the Civil Rights Act of 1964.”