10 Things for Your Sunday

    1. The highly anticipated Carbon Trace documentary film “A Vietnam Peace Story” is reaching the final stages of the editing process.
    2. Support the Missouri State University Library with “An evening with Rare Books” via Zoom on Friday, July 24, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. This online event is free and open to the public. 
    3. What a roller coaster of emotions. The documentary film  Mucho Mucho Amore is about the dazzling, legendary astrologer Walter Mercado. 
    4. Welcome to the world I have lived in since 2015. No bra. No problem.
    5. These graphics about how people perceive time explains why some moments feel like a lifetime, and others pass by seemingly instantaneously. 
    6. Similarly, this short article about the theories of time and The Values Helix blew me away.
    7. Doodle Queen Edith Zimmerman is at it again this week. Give your brain a break and check out her comic strips here
    8. Springfield: Meet Voter safety and convenience. The Local NAACP Chapter is getting the power back into the hands of the people with drive-through voter registration. 
    9. Here is a situation in the higher-ed world that we will be following about a rule change that may send hundreds of thousands of international students away from their studies. 
    10. If you have ever wondered how the Carbon Trace Team got its start, look no further. Our Patreon members were the first to see this and many other videos. Become a member of our Patreon family today. 

Carbon Trace Origins from Carbon Trace Productions on Vimeo.

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A Note from Carbon Trace:

Carbon Trace can provide significant guidance in developing, funding, producing, and distributing a documentary film. For high school students wishing to learn more about documentary filmmaking, Missouri State University offers degrees in digital filmmaking, media production, journalism, and other associated areas.

To take part in the documentary education provided through the Carbon Trace Team we encourage you to apply for a filmmaking internship, submit a documentary idea, or apply to become a volunteer using the forms below.

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