The MSU Libraries and Department of Media, Journalism, and Film, in conjunction with Carbon Trace Productions, are partnering to create a sequel to the original 2-part documentary film about Shannon County, Missouri.
We made this presentation to share with the Missouri State University Foundation as a quick slide show to pass around to anyone interested in the project. We figured we would showcase it here on our website too. 

You can also find the original 2-part film as well as a series of vignettes on our website under A Portrait of the Ozarks.


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