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    Arts & Music Mini-Docs

    Tiny docs about struggling artists.

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    Arts & Music Mini-Docs

    Directed by Douglas Horn 2010 6 min
    It takes all kinds of people to make the world go round. These 3-minute documentaries look at artists making their way in a challenging world and building communities around them. The first two films are 'rock docs' that originally aired on MTV as part of a series on the Seattle rock scene.

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    Arts & Music Mini-Docs

    It takes all kinds of people to make the world go round. These 3-minute documentaries look at artists making their way in a challenging world and building communities around them. The first two films are 'rock docs' that originally aired on MTV as part of a series on the Seattle rock scene.

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