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'I Voted?' documentary in final production

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When production is completed, "I Voted?" will certainly come to South Carolina, and groups and individuals could even host their own screenings, he says.

Smith's no newbie to movies -- he's appeared in films and TV shows for about 20 years, in fact -- but this is his first documentary. And he's had to fly solo through much of the project's flight. "I've been a one-man band."

In the still-progressing progress, Smith's learned about much more than just the questionable election process, too. "I've worn many hats in this process, and these hats individually comprise skill sets that take years to master," he says; "directing, sound, lighting, video editing, journalism, how to interview people, producing, archival storytelling, documentary storytelling, et cetera."

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Using only the trailer currently available as a test, it seems Smith's passed this crash-course with flying colors.

It also piques interest in the many relevant angles and details that "I Voted?" is sure to include.

Until its 2014 release, stay updated by visiting the movie's website and Twitter account, and even sign-up for updates about the film.

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A progressive political insider (and meddler) in the red state of South Carolina, Rob Groce operates his own blog, ROBservations (www.rob-servations.com/robs-blog.html).

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