Doc Shorts: Method M
A sampler of films from students in the Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism, which applies the “Missouri Method” approach to the hands-on teaching of journalism to the field of documentaries.
An archival documentary about the multi-generational relationship between three women: the filmmaker, her grandmother (who recorded much of her grandkids' childhoods on video), and her mother.
Courtney Sims has always had a soft spot for troubled horses, so working at a horse-rescue ranch is a dream come true.
A moving profile of a nonverbal autistic young man, Jack, with emotionally frank narration by his twin brother, Joe.
With “37-64-97” director Bailey Synclaire; "Horsegirl" director Olivia Jacobson and subject Courtney Sims; “Jack (and Joe)” director Jane Arnot; "Qualm & Quietus" director Phoebe Mussman and subject Kerry Lynn Kasten-Easter; and Stacey Woelfel, director of the University of Missouri's Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism.