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Gun violence is the focus. Jacksonville, Florida - area code 904 - is the location. For 10 years, Jacksonville has been the Sunshine State's murder capital with a homicide rate consistently topping metropolitan areas including Miami, Orlando and Tampa. This award winning documentary explores the complex reasons for crime and sounds a call for grassroots support of anti-crime and intervention efforts. Among the personal stories featured, the film visits former NFL Jacksonville Jaguar, Richard Collier, a victim of gun crime and another fellow Jaguar, Tony Boselli, sponsor of Youth Life Learning Centers which provide a haven from urban streets and guide kids on a path to making better life choices. The 904 was an "Official Selection" at the San Diego Black Film Festival and was awarded "Best Audience Film" at the International Black Film Festival of Nashville.