Our latest induction into the Texas show will be the short documentary, “Fundamentally Good.” It is a deep and heartfelt story about a Moroccan immigrant’s effort to attain a Visa for his son so he and his wife can be reunited with them in Dallas. It is told from the perspective of Mohammed, a man who has spent half his life as an immigrant in America, detailing his various jobs and time he spent in different cities. In just ten minutes, the viewer will feel like they have been a part of Mohammed’s life, getting a glimpse into his ordinary days as a resident in Texas, and his long distance relationship with his wife and young son. Director Sara Masetti gets close and personal with her subject, inviting the viewer to experience a story that gives a glimpse of opportunity, family values and hope. The film will play as part of our Texas Show and we are pleased to add it to our list of great films we have planned for this year’s festival.