"Blacksmith" is a 15-minute documentary that highlights the work of Rob Flurry, the resident blacksmith at the Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum in Beaumont, Texas. Unlike the blacksmiths portrayed in the media today, Flurry's craftsmanship is that of the old-school artisan - no expensive equipment; no modern forge in which to work. Instead, Flurry relies solely on nature's elements of fire, iron, air, and water (along with his own strength) to hammer out beautiful creations within the smoky furnace of his shop. "Blacksmith" was filmed in the tradition of poetic documentary - no voice overs, monologue or dialogue is spoken. All of the action is put to music that compliments the mood of the scene.

Running Time
15 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Short
Mahmoud Salimi, Frank DiCesare
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Blacksmith» (20)

Kimberly Robertson avatar
Kimberly Robertson

I love this. It works exactly how I would have expected it to.

Jeffrey Walters avatar
Jeffrey Walters

I enjoy most of Mahmoud Salimi movies. I know his parents are proud!

Melissa Fowler avatar
Melissa Fowler

Excellent film! I feel Frank DiCesare can't make a bad movie.

Nicholas Jackson avatar
Nicholas Jackson

I thought it was good. I enjoyed it and it's a movie I'd watch again in the future.

Carol P. avatar
Carol P.

Love the movie it was a great watch I will be watching it again

Dylan Snyder avatar
Dylan Snyder

I saw this at the movies and liked it. I like Short movies and this is a good one.

Amanda J. avatar
Amanda J.

This movie will stay with you long after you have watched it.

Albert N. avatar
Albert N.

Don't miss this!!! Edge of seat movie....Wonderful

Gerald S. avatar
Gerald S.

Best film I've seen in a long time. Takes you in straight away.

Christina Howell avatar
Christina Howell

extraordinary and beautiful movie ! The actors expressed their emotions and made me believe that they are really going through some sort of emotion.