Online Video Fest of the Films in Full – through April 8th!

March 13, 2013

Special Broadcast of the films in FullWatch ten brilliant films made by Afghans in a storytelling training conducted by Community Supported Film. Between March 13th and April 8th, NAMAC (The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture) and Community Supported Film will bring you the entire Fruit of Our Labor collecion FREE and IN FULL here! These films are poetic tributes to a country rebuilding itself, and serve as excellent teaching tools for educators in media production, cross-cultural communications, and international development.

Make sure you check out this video conversation with Jamal Aram from the filmmaking team in Afghanistan, CS Film Founder Michael Sheridan, and Helen de Michiel former director of NAMAC.  They discuss sustainable approaches to community-based storytelling, the ethics and practicalities of multinational storytelling, and the curricular models and tools that go into produce such stunning, such moving films.

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