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Filmmakers look at health care in small towns

 

June 24, 2020

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

Ray Brunell, of Bessemer, sits in a barber chair as he is interviewed about the challenges of healthcare as a father and work at home IT consultant on Saturday at Misky's Haircuts, with, from left, barber shop owner Lou Miskovich, cinematographer James Q. Martin, and filmmaker Christine Ryan Harland of C'est Tout Films based in Tuscon, Arizona.

By TOM LAVENTURE

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BESSEMER - A barber shop is often considered a centerpiece in the community conversation and a documentary film crew selected Misky's Haircuts in Bessemer to interview area residents on the topic of healthcare on Saturday. 

Filmmaker Christine Ryan Harland and her cinematographer James Q. Martin, of C'est Tout Films, based in Tuscon, Arizona, are traveling the country with University of Arizona physicians to record feedback from people in small towns about health care and the challenges in life.

The film is a follow-up to a physicians' bicycle...



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