It's not surprising that some of the most compelling stories are those grounded in reality. Life itself, after all, is a narrative -- a series
of linked events with a beginning, a middle, and an end.
Not all endings, of course, are final. Almost all real life stories leave room for the narrative to continue. Say, for example, a person
decides to adopt a dog or maybe move to Texas. The story may end when the dog is brought home or when the boxes are unpacked in Abilene, even though the narrative -- the series of linked events -- will continue.
In the Non Fiction category we condense a segment of reality to six images and a couple hundred words. We reveal the stories that take place whether they're recorded or not. The stories of life.