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Released to be seen now:

"Paralysis of Heart"

Given the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, in Minneapolis, this short film was released soon after.


While this film uses no images of violence or murder, it does contain a verbal description of such as was reported in newspapers at the time.

"Final Audition"

Small town America loses its lead actor for the community theatre’s big show.

Four guys with disabilities show up. Three officially audition. One gets the part.

Why does the humorously visible become cripplingly invisible?

And how is the “final audition” a mirror of reality?

"Blind Date"

brings laughter to crowds

Dating is complicated enough, but when trying to meet "Peep2Peep,"

this young couple confront the silent film near-misses of modern times. LOL

Choreographed on one (in)famous corner of Flagstaff. OMG

"Lock-Down" premiered in Las Vegas in August 2017.

Like many public schools, this one received a threatening call. Trapped inside, a daughter texts her dad. He shows up.

"JFK's Last Interview"

seen at The SIFF, February 2017!

Mary, an eighth grader in Dallas, won the honor to interview the President for her school newspaper. Mary was well-read, sharp beyond her years, and in for a surprise that next fate-filled day. This short film is her memory of that event. You can watch it here.

Community Celebration of "Changing Gears"

The premiere at The Orpheum Theater was a huge success! Our apologies to the 100+ people who got turned away - thanks to you and the 400 who made it into the historic theater to enjoy the film.

The film and the showing were.......

Wonderful, Wonderful, Wonderful!!!!! Multo Stupendo!

..........and full of lots of joy.

- audience member

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