Excerpts from the following short films:
I. Do Si Do is an exploration into the lives of a small group of traditional North Texas square dancers, expressing and explaining a need to dance despite their age and failing health. What ultimately emerges from the photographs and film is a funny and unexpectedly moving testament to friendship, community involvement, and reaching beyond expectations.
II. Part of Me: an Elvis Impression follows a twenty five year old 1950s-era Elvis tribute artist from Ft. Worth Texas as he attempts to establish his own identity, while still devoting time and money to recreate Elvis’ performance on stage for younger generations. The film explores the cultural phenomenon and conflict of a young Elvis tribute artist on the verge of his own stardom, and Elvis followers who refuse to let the King of Rock and Roll die again.
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