You Must Believe
2018 Audience Choice, Indie Memphis
This audience choice winner in the 2018 Indie Memphis Hometowner Documentary Shorts category is about nonprofit organization Lifeline to Success, its founder, and the men who make us all believe that second chances are an inspiring gift. While cleaning up blighted areas of Frayser, Lifeline program participants change perceptions about who former offenders are in our community.
2018 Emmy Nomination, 2017 Audience Choice, Indie Memphis
It’s hard for some youth to not feel trapped in the influence of street life as they look for a community of true friends. Lee Evans of Carpenter Street Bike Shop knows the feeling all to well, and faced his own ups and downs after the passing of his brother, who had taught him about bike repair. Lee Evans and the Carpenter Street Bike Shop are now a place where Binghampton youth can go to be safe and relaxed, feel accepted, build community, and learn transferable job skills.
Corey Levy Reunited with Dr. Croce
2018 Emmy Nomination
In this video for Regional One Health, former trauma patient Corey Levy reminds us that every day is a gift. “I wake up and I’m happy from head to toe. I’m just happy to be here.” Corey entered the Regional One emergency department in 2013 — he was shot while out doing his pizza-delivery job. His road to recovery was long. In 2017, Corey visited Regional One once again to surprise Dr. Martin Croce, who saved his life.
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