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|A wholly inspiring look at the lives of inner-city children who are beating the odds through creative performance at an after school performing arts group that serves as a second family and a safe place to dance, act and express themselves.|
Editor's NoteSet in the precarious surrounding of South Central, Los Angeles, COLORS STRAIGHT UP is a documentary that explores the lives of children who have managed to escape slipping into a life of crime via their commitments to various artistic endeavors. An organization called Colors United helps foster these burgeoning talents, with kids learning acting, music, and various other pursuits at this inspirational center. Amazingly, it works, and as the students throw themselves into various productions and musical ventures, while also dodging the temptations of the streets, filmmaker Michele Ohayon captures some heartwarming, jubilant scenes as the kids attempt to begin a new life.
Cast & Crew
|Michele Ohayon - Director|
|Michele Ohayon - Writer|
|Michele Ohayon - Producer|
|Michele Ohayon, Julia Schachter, Nominee, Best Documentary, Features|
Independent Spirit (1998)
|Michele Ohayon, Nominee, Truer Than Fiction Award|