Dig Boston: A Different Lens

July 7, 2014

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July 3, 2014 by Dig Staff 

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Given the success of its documentary training and filmmaking project campaign in Afghanistan in 2010, Boston-based Community Supported Film’s (CSFilm) plans to expand the program to Haiti. A fundraising campaign for the Haitian Perspective in Film began in late May and will continue through July 11, with a start date slated for the fall.

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