Mother’s Brewery will be hosting an outdoor showing of the new Carbon Trace Documentary “Songs from the Street.”

Carbon Trace Production’s Student Team followed the Springfield Street Choir for nine months in 2019 until COVID forced both groups to suspend practices and performances.

There is no admission for this showing but a love offering will be taken up at the end of the showing to support Carbon Trace Films and the outreach efforts of TCG for the members of the Street Choir.

We will also be accepting donations of blankets, coats, and food pantry items at the event that will be used to meet the needs of those in need in our community. Mother’s has offered 10% off your tab when you bring a donation item!

Seating will be limited and social spread out.

Masks are required at this event.

Following the showing, there will be a time for questions and answers with members of the film crew, Street Choir leaders, street choir members, and the TCG team.

Tell us you are coming by joining us on our Facebook event HERE. 

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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.


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