Category Archives: Documentary

Making it count

Our last day in Park City was extremely eventful. David and I started the day walking around Main Street trying to get our required 30 business cards. Luckily we’re talkative and approachable people, so we easily reached out goal. We … Continue reading

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Best Day Yet!

My day began waiting in line to get wait list tickets to┬áLike Crazy. Luckily the 2 hour wait paid off and we got into the Library Theater to see the film, which turned out to be my favorite film of … Continue reading

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If a Tree Falls, a documentary

We dragged ourselves out of bed this morning and took two bus trips to the Temple theater for a 9:00 a.m. viewing of If a Tree Falls, a documentary by Marshall Curry. We had the privilege of interviewing Marshall yesterday … Continue reading

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Living for 32, Documentary Showcase 2.

“We live for the 32 murdered on April 16th, 2007, at Virginia Tech and for the 32 people who are murdered with guns every day in America.” — Colin Goddard This afternoon, a few of my classmates, Michael Soucy, Sarah … Continue reading

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