By Indiewire | Indiewire February 14, 2012 at 9:30AM
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Four teams from the grittiest corners of Chicago meet for a no-holds-bar dodgeball tournamente.
Fully Improvised and shot mockumentary-guerilla style, "Red Balls" shows the true face of Chicago's roughest and most intense underground dodgeball league. 4 teams go head-to-head in a no-holds bar tournament in an abandoned warehouse on the south-side. Each team is composed of a a collection of hilarious and truly unique characters; ranging from a dust and syrup loving rap group to one of the richest and most established families in the city. The whole movie is shot improv without script, including the championship tournament.
Director: Andrew Morris
Producers: Andrew Morris
Exec Producers: Micah Ross & Patrick Stakenas
Editor: Andrew Morris, Bernardo Lopez, Austin Brown,
Cinematographer: Grant Stakenas
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