We’ve all heard of Flint, Michigan. Stricken by poverty, crime and tainted water, Flint has made headlines across the globe. For Flint, a short film by Brian Schulz, is making a new headline. Meet Valorie Horton, a potter introducing art to a youth culture otherwise devoid of such craft; Ryan Gregory, an artist who makes awesomely bizarre musical instruments and “fish bikes” out of discarded material; and Leon El-Alamin, a former criminal now teaching at-risk youth how to avoid the perilous path he once tread. These three, and others like them, are telling a new story of Flint, one of redemption and regeneration.