1. Faculty interviews

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  2. Inspired by invincible friendships, junior high journal entries, heart breaking crushes and the complexities of losing loved ones, jumping off bridges follows a carefree, adventurous group of four best friends deep in the trenches of adolescence.

    Directed by Kat Candler
    jumpingoffbridges.com

    *Premiered at South By Southwest 2006

    The University of Texas at Austin
    Department of Radio-Television-Film
    Faculty Feature
    Spring 2006

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  3. Nine-year old Turtle Thompson thinks his bug loving best friend Maddy is the coolest girl in the whole wide world. If only he had the guts to ask her to the Spring Fling Dance.

    Directed by Kat Candler
    candlerproductions.com

    The University of Texas at Austin
    Department of Radio-Television-Film
    Faculty Short
    Fall 2009

    rtf.utexas.edu

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  4. This feature documentary uncovers Trinidad, Colorado’s transformation from Wild West outpost to “sex change capital of the world,” and follows three transgender women who may steer the rural ranching town toward becoming the “transsexual mecca.”

    Directed by PJ Raval (and Jay Hodges)
    trinidadthemovie.com

    The University of Texas at Austin
    Department of Radio-Television-Film
    Faculty Feature
    2008

    rtf.utexas.edu

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  5. Asking what the politics are that launched George W. Bush to national office, award-winning filmmaker Paul Stekler takes his camera to Texas for a lively, behind-the-scenes look at a pair of 2002 elections — one for state representative in a district that includes Lyndon Johnson's hometown, and a polarizing race for governor. Prominent Texans, including Bush strategist Karl Rove, former Governor Ann Richards, Clinton appointees Henry Cisneros and Paul Begala, and writer Molly Ivins shed light on the changing political landscape. In the end, Last Man Standing: Politics — Texas Style shows how politics in Texas may have become the blueprint for Washington.

    Directed by Paul Stekler

    The University of Texas at Texas
    Department of Radio-Television-Film
    Faculty Film
    Summer 2004

    rtf.utexas.edu

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