1. A short documentary about the passion of living history reenactors on the Mississinewa 1812 battlefield. Produced in the fall 2011 Documentary Filmmaking class.

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  2. One Split Second

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  3. An excerpt from Walk of Redemption, feature length documentary produced over a more than four year period, telling the story of Mark and Maggie Beckford from the Bahamas. Mark and Maggie run The Joshua and Esther Foundation, dedicated to helping youth in the Bahamas stay out of gangs and become leaders in their communities. The film screened at the 2010 Heartland Film Festival, the Bahamas International Film Festival, and the Indiana Black Expo 2011.

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  4. Movie Synopsis: 85-year-old veteran Chuck Holsinger took a life in WWII, and now he spends his days teaching the art of forgiveness to other veterans. He's become a small town hero in Upland, Indiana.

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  5. An excerpt from the documentary short film All the Livelong Day that follows members of a model railroading club and uncovers their passions for large scale model trains. All the Livelong Day screened at several festivals including the Feel Good Film Festival in Los Angeles.

    For more information about Taylor University's Media Communication Department visit taylormediacomm.com/

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