The Emmy Award winning, Evansville-based production team that brought you LEFT TURN, has returned home with a new project that challenges people to "generate constructive conversation around the issue of racial division", called LEFT TURN 2.

Their first film, Left Turn, highlighted neighborhood revitalization, challenged assumptions about poverty, and encouraged people to be better neighbors. It garnered widespread success, with over 160,000 views online and an Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Award.

According to their production team lead by Ross Chapman, Left Turn 2 is a "fictional narrative, that reflects real circumstances and stories in Evansville ...  [and] continues the story of their first project to examine some of the ways deeply-rooted racial division in our society affects the everyday lives of people in our community."

If you're interested in becoming a host for a VIEWING PARTY for Left Turn 2, visit their website at

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