3, 2, 1, FIREworks

More than half a million prople see the 4th of July fireworks in Washington D.C. in person each year. But very few get to see what it looks like from the eyes of the pyrotechnician. 3,2,1, FIREworks does just that. Most of the crew is from LaFollette Tennessee, a small town located just north of Knoxville. They travel to China to observe the creation of new fireworks to be used in the big show. In July, everything is hauled to D.C. for the long process of setting up and shooting the nations iconic scene. Showtime at the Secret City Film Festival: Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008, 4:50 p.m.

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