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Reel South SHORTS

Reel South SHORTS, the digital hive of the PBS series Reel South, showcases the best in Southern short-form and is built on partnerships with the South’s regional film festivals.

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH To the Bone

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To the Bone

A bowhunter in the Arkansas Ozarks meditates on the Cycle of Life after an animal harvest.

To the Bone

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REEL SOUTH

Winn

Pamela Winn fights to end the shackling of incarcerated pregnant people in Georgia.

Winn

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH MISS CHELOVE: From Java to the Streets of D.C.

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MISS CHELOVE: From Java to the Streets of D.C.

Artist MISS CHELOVE shares stories from her life growing up in the D.C. punk scene.

MISS CHELOVE: From Java to the Streets of D.C.

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH You Can't Stop Spirit

REEL SOUTH

You Can't Stop Spirit

The Mardi Gras Baby Dolls explore themes of identity and sexual liberation in New Orleans.

You Can't Stop Spirit

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH Mother(s) & Son

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Mother(s) & Son

A filmmaker records her wife’s introduction to motherhood, finding purpose in the process.

Mother(s) & Son

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REEL SOUTH

Wonderfully Made

In Dallas, a young Black woman without arms shares her story with thousands online.

Wonderfully Made

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH Road to Step

REEL SOUTH

Road to Step

A fraternity’s step team vies for the annual crown on campus.

Road to Step

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH A Family That Steals Dogs

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A Family That Steals Dogs

Strange experiences and realizations lead a grieving artist to reconsider his identity.

A Family That Steals Dogs

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH There Was Nobody Here We Knew

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There Was Nobody Here We Knew

A Virginia, middle-aged immigrant couple contemplates alien life and searches for answers.

There Was Nobody Here We Knew

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH Disrupted Borders

REEL SOUTH

Disrupted Borders

A coming-of-age story about two best friends living on the US-Mexico border.

Disrupted Borders

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REEL SOUTH

Bug Farm

Four women bond over crickets, worms, and roaches on an insect farm in Labelle, Florida.

Bug Farm

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH A Fine Girl

REEL SOUTH

A Fine Girl

Brandi, a trans woman of color from New Orleans, strives to open an inclusive salon.

A Fine Girl

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH Le Boulanger

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Le Boulanger

Francois starts a bakery in Lafayette, LA with a deep connection to his french culture.

Le Boulanger

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH Lipstick and Leather

REEL SOUTH

Lipstick and Leather

Three “alt-drag” performers in DC and Baltimore prepare for an upcoming show.

Lipstick and Leather

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH History in Pieces

REEL SOUTH

History in Pieces

Kent Westbrook's passion collecting ancient relics showcases the history or Arkansas.

History in Pieces

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH Darrouzett, TX

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Darrouzett, TX

Darrouzett, Texas is a 100-year-old homestead community full of hope and nostalgia.

Darrouzett, TX

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH Coup d'Etat Math

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Coup d'Etat Math

Four immigrant stories: a fight to be born, to survive, find your place, and to maintain.

Coup d'Etat Math

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Mentor

Tre Singleton mentors a group of young men in West Savannah, GA.

Mentor

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH Knocking Down the Fences

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Knocking Down the Fences

The story of AJ Andrews, the first woman to win a Rawlings Gold Glove.

Knocking Down the Fences

Video thumbnail: REEL SOUTH The Derby

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The Derby

A portrait of workers and revelers at the fastest 2 minutes in sports, the Kentucky Derby.

The Derby

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