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County Fair, Texas
USA, 2015, 83 min.
County Fair, Texas is a portrait of a year in the lives of four, small-town kids as they raise and care for farm animals to show in competition at a local county fair. Presented from the perspective of the kids themselves, the film is a unique look at a formidable time in childhood, and a coming-of-age story that transcends the traditional 'contest' documentary
Brett Whitcomb, Bradford Thomason

Director Bio
Writer Bradford Thomason and Director Brett Whitcomb are award-winning filmmakers from Houston, TX. Their credits include, The Rock-afire Explosion, a documentary that chronicles the rise and fall of Showbiz Pizza Place and GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, a documentary that chronicles the rise and fall of the first ever all-female wrestling show through the stories of those who lived it. The Rock-afire Explosion screened at over twenty film festivals, garnered positive praise from news outlets worldwide, including USA TODAY, Time Out London, and SPIN Magazine, and received a theatrical run in Austin, TX. GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling premiered at Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival in 2012, was awarded Best Documentary at Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival, won Audience Choice Award Best Documentary at the Birmingham Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, and has received positive press in Village Voice, /Film, Jezebel, Indiewire, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, and New York Magazine.