Nicholas Strini’s short ‘Texas Six’ dives into the fascinating world of 6-man high school American football

Posted in Film, Short Films, Sport
By Sam Bathe on 4 Jun 2014


Developed in the 1930s to give smaller high schools an opportunity for high-level competition, six-man American football still thrives in the rural districts of a few football-crazy states like Texas. Following teams from northwest towns Turkey and Crowell, filmmaker Nicholas Strini‘s captivating short explores the long-running tradition in the Lone Star state, where high school six-man is frequently front page news.

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