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Documentary Shorts

Body Team 12
Body Team 12 is tasked with collecting the dead at the height of the Ebola outbreak. These body collectors have arguably the most dangerous and gruesome job in the world. Yet despite the strain they emerge as heroes while the film explores their philosophy and strength.

One woman defies Fidel Castro’s ban on female boxing to follow her dreams of Olympic glory and becomes Cuba’s first female boxer.

Bill Czappa is a television repairman, however his real passion is sculpture based on found objects. Bill's repair shop doubles as his gallery and supplies materials to build his art, but as consumers are more inclined to replace electronics rather than repair, Bill reassesses the expense of his creative endeavors.

FIGHTER is about an Afro-French singer named Jara Ezo. Her fierce persona and funky lyrics, however, tell the story of a much deeper theme… freedom. As a child, she was beaten and bullied for being the only black girl in town, an experience that haunted her until her father taught her to fight back. When he passed, she learned to lean on the women in her life who taught her dance. Music, courage, and to never give up on her dreams.

From Tonga
Euless, TX is home to one of the largest Tongan populations in the United States. As a result, the Polynesian presence heavily influences the city’s high school football team.

Meet the Maker – Vol. 2: The Roaster
After abandoning careers as a chemist and attorney, Scott Carey opened a third-wave coffee shop in South St. Louis. His stubborn and meticulous dedication to roasting seasonal beans and delivering the perfect cup of coffee has earned local and national attention, but the story that drives his determination is even more compelling.

The House is Innocent
Tom and Barbara’s new home has a notorious past and it’s going to take more than a fresh coat of paint to whitewash its macabre history.

Girls play with dolls and boys love sports, right? This film takes a look at what happens when those stereotypes are called into question. Jake, a loveable gender non-conforming seven-year old, invites us into his world to explore that transforming power that love and support can have when young children are accepted for who they really are.
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