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Thank You for Judging (2011)

Filmmakers Sean Fornara and Michael Urie travel back to their hometowns in Texas to chronicle the mother of all Speech and Debate Tournaments - TFA State.

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In Texas every year, the best of the best come to be judged at the mother of all Speech and Debate competitions. They might play all the characters from a madcap stage play, interpret aloud the autobiography of a ninety year old, speak from their heart about labels and stereotypes, or argue the rights and wrongs of the latest in politics. These kids will tug at your heart strings and tickle your funny bone as they learn not only about speaking in public, but also confidence, adult relations, and self-presentation, both in appearance and eloquence. Written by Anonymous

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The film won Best Documentary at the 2011 Williamsburg Independent Film Festival. See more »

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