We have so much to be grateful for at Carbon Trace Productions. This month we have new content, equipment, and young minds to mold over the summer semester!

Carbon Trace Productions was granted $2,000 from the Springfield Arts Council. With that money and additional funds we have raised over the last quarter, we purchased a Canon C100 Mark II Cinema EOS camera and a lens to pair with it. We appreciate the additional funds from the council and cherish the work they do in our community.

Lastly, I want you to know that we will be at the Moxie July 23-25 with the debut of “A Vietnam Peace Story.” So be sure to mark your calendars.

Shannon Cay

Executive Director



A group of Marines who fought a desperate battle on Hill 50 in 1966 return to Vietnam and find that the inner journey is the longest.

Coming to Springfield’s Moxie Cinema July 23-25th.

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This humanitarian spotlight video was produced by student filmmakers working with Carbon Trace Productions- a 501c(3) organization- to fulfill its nonprofit mission of humanitarian service and documentary education.

This 10-part film follows the idea that you can’t fix the problem of homelessness until you get a roof over someone’s head.

An update from the 16-Weeks crew: The sticker perks from the Indiegogo campaign are on their way to the “16 Weeks” supporters.


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