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Fort Worth: The City of Lights is a documentary of the downtown building lighting of Fort Worth, Texas, around the mid-1980s. Created for a Cinemax/HBO student contest, it consists of my mediocre interview skills with a lovely lady from the Chamber of Commerce, plenty of low-light situations with super video gain grain, dragging my mom out to act as a key grip in front of an incoming ice storm because it was the only night to be able to borrow the gear from school, and losing the contest up against college students.

Still, good times. The music was owned by the high school. Yes, it repeats. You'll get used to it. Clip-clop, clip-clop.