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When the Space Shuttle Columbia tragically disintegrated upon re-entry in 2003, it scattered debris and body parts all across Sabine, Texas. Of Good Courage, an unsettling but ultimately inspiring hour-long film assembled by David Perry and David Wayne Brown of the Memphis-based advertising agency Conaway-Brown documents the courageous efforts of Sabine’s citizens to recover the gruesome remains of seven lost astronauts. The Memphis International Film Festival screens Of Good Courage at Malco’s Studio on the Square on Saturday, March 24th at 10 a.m.

Read more on the film festival in this week's Flyer.

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