2020 WINNER Broadcast Education Association Festival of Arts International: Award of Excellence
Zero is the story of defeat and how we react to it. Coach Armando Johnson is set to retire as the boys’ basketball coach of Central High School in Springfield, Missouri. Last season his team didn’t win a game. Zero follows the players, the coach, and the parents through a full season in search of a win as tensions mount.
Zero is the winner of the Award for Excellence for student feature documentary film at the 2020 Broadcast Education Association Festival of Arts.
Carbon Trace Productions is a 501(c)3 non-profit media organization dedicated to documentary education and humanitarian service. All proceeds from the film go toward helping college students learn to tell compelling stories in documentary films.
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