Brown Bus

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Cleveland native Bucky Spoth expressed his passion for the Cleveland Browns by purchasing a mini-school bus, which was transformed into a Cleveland Browns Bus.

Every Cleveland Browns home game, Spoth and his Cleveland Heights based crew drive to the Municipal Parking Lot next to Cleveland Browns Stadium, where they tail gate with to tail gate with thousands of other dedicated Cleveland Browns fans.

About the director

Based out of Cleveland, Ohio, Matthew Hashiguchi is an award winning documentary filmmaker and multimedia journalist whose work focuses on the diverse cultural, social and ethnic stories of American society. After graduating from The Ohio State University in 2007, where he studied photojournalism, Hashiguchi worked and interned as a multimedia journalist for various news outlets such as The Lima News in Lima, Ohio, The Findlay Courier in Findlay, Ohio, and The Washington Post. In May 2011, Hashiguchi graduated from Emerson College with an MFA in Visual & Media Art and made a full transition into documentary filmmaking.

His most recent documentary, a film on New Orleans titled The Lower 9: A Story of Home, premiered at the 2011 Big Muddy Film Festival and has been officially selected for the 2012 Heartland Film Festival, 2012 Louisville International Festival of Film and the 2012 Chagrin Documentary Film Festival. It also received a grant and Second Place Gold Circle Award from The Caucus for Producers, Writer’s and Director’s Foundation and a Best Short Documentary Award from the Spring 2012 Asians on Film Festival. The film is currently slated for distribution through Third World Newsreel.

Currently, Matthew teaches Digital Media at Virginia Marti College in Lakewood, Ohio, and is working on a documentary about multiracial identity in America. Titled Good Luck Soup, the film is about the evolution of the American identity and will reveal the racial and ethnic transition that has occurred within