“Blacksmith,” a short documentary from Oskar Films, received worldwide distribution with Filmhub. Produced in conjunction with Lamar University, the 16-minute film highlights the work of Rob Flurry, the resident blacksmith at the Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum in Beaumont, Texas. Flurry relies solely on nature’s elements of fire, iron, air and water – no modern forge – to hammer out his creations.

 The documentary has no voice overs or dialogue. All of the action is put to music that complements the mood and rhythm of the scene. To date, Filmhub successfully marketed “Blacksmith” to Amazon Worldwide’s English Territories, which services more than 60 countries around the world including Canada, Australia, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, New Zealand, South Africa and Iceland. Filmhub also found a home for “Blacksmith” on Vimeo On Demand and UDU Digital.

You can watch the trailer here.