Afghan-made film screening – Northampton MA, this friday 9/2

September 16, 2012

 

 

Date: Friday September 21st

Time: 7pm-9pm

Location: Media Education Foundation, Frances Crowe Screening Room, 60 Masonic Street, Northampton MA

Description of the event: Screening of The Fruit of Our Labor, a collection of documentary shorts made by Afghan filmmakers.  The films bring to life Afghans’ daily efforts to address their challenging social and economic conditions, offering a personal and first-hand Afghan point of view rarely seen or heard in the US – even after 10 years of intense media coverage.

The screening will be accompanied by a presentation by Community Supported Film, an organization that builds documentary storytelling capacity in countries in crisis with a focus on social and economic development issues.  CSFilm seeks to raise the concerns of Afghans as we deliberate our immediate and long-term role in Afghanistan.

Date: Friday September 21st

Time: 7pm-9pm

Location: Media Education Foundation, Frances Crowe Screening Room, 60 Masonic Street, Northampton MA

Description of the event:

 

Screening of The Fruit of Our Labor, a collection of documentary shorts made by Afghan filmmakers.  The films bring to life Afghans’ daily efforts to address their challenging social and economic conditions, offering a personal and first-hand Afghan point of view rarely seen or heard in the US – even after 10 years of intense media coverage.

The screening will be accompanied by a presentation by Community Supported Film, an organization that builds documentary storytelling capacity in countries in crisis with a focus on social and economic development issues.  CSFilm seeks to raise the concerns of Afghans as we deliberate our immediate and long-term role in Afghanistan.

More information: https://csfilm.org/films/fruit-of-our-labor/

The screening is a part of the Friday night film series organized by the Northampton Committee to Stop the Wars.

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