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Eight short films will be screened at a free showing Dec. 9

Eight short films created this semester by students in the master of fine arts program in documentary film will be presented at 7 p.m. Dec. 9 in the Radio, Television, Film and Performing Arts Building, Room 184. Admission is free.

Films created by UNT students and graduates have been shown on local PBS affiliates and at festivals around the country. Films are:

  • Fundamentally Good — follows a Sudanese man who is attempting to reconcile American aspirations with Moroccan roots. Produced by Sara Masetti.
  • Horse People — presents a profile of the McQuay family, owner of the McQuay Stables, considered one of the premier horse training and breeding facilities in the North Texas region. Produced by Jim Crawford.
  • One Day in My School — presents a look at a school through a child’s eyes. Produced by Tingting Li.  
  • Out of Place — an experimental documentary that attempts to answer the question about what it means to have a sense of place. Produced by Joe Brown.
  • Technic Soul — profiles Dallas-area disc jockey Israel Marcano, who shares his thoughts on art, life, music. Produced by Andrew Nelson.
  • The Law of Chess — presents a new look at the ancient game of chess. Produced by Aaron Martin. 
  • The Trees Are Falling — presents the notion of memory and love between fathers and sons. Produced by Bobby Lewis. 
  • Wake Up & Live — biography of Wayne Holt, an amputee who overcomes his disability by working with individuals with disabilities. Produced by Hanny Lee. 

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