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Hub City
"Hub City" is a short about Lubbock, TX - the home of Buddy Holly and trajectories of death and small towns.
Kustom Kamera Kommandos
"Kustom Kamera Kommandos" is a fun tribute to filmmaking, made for the Ann Arbor Film Festival.
The Other Side
"The Other Side" explores US/Mexico immigration issues and activist groups that supply water and rides to people crossing the border - who are stranded or lost in the desert. At…

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