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Two E:60 originals featured in 2015 Baseball HOF Film Festival

ESPN’s sports newsmagazine E:60 had two of its documentaries featured at the National Baseball Hall of Fame 2015 Film Festival in Cooperstown, N.Y. this weekend.

The features showcased this year were “Morganna: The Kissing Bandit,” produced by Martin Khodabakhshian, and a one-hour comprehensive profile, “Matt Harvey: The Dark Knight Rises,” produced by coordinating producer Ben Houser.

“Having our content shown in the National Baseball Hall of Fame is a testament to the hard work, creativity and storytelling of the people who work so diligently on E:60,” Houser said.

This is the second consecutive year that E:60 has had documentaries featured at the film festival.

Khodabakhshian produced and directed a one-hour film, PERFECT, about the 23 perfect games pitched in Major League Baseball history, that was showcased in Cooperstown in 2014.

(L-R, seated) Editor Matt McCormick, E:60 coordinating producer Ben Houser and E:60 feature producer Martin Khodabakhshian discuss the documentaries on a panel moderated by Bruce Markusen, the manager of digital and outreach learning at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

(Photo courtesy Christina Houser Photography)
(Photo courtesy Christina Houser Photography)
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