[act-ma] Tonight - See what Afghanistan daily life is really like - from the perspective of Afghans

Susan Serpa neimpeach at gmail.com
Mon Dec 20 09:07:11 PST 2010


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From: Michael Sheridan - Community Supported Film <michael at csfilm.org>
Date: Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 11:18 AM
Subject: Tonight - See what Afghanistan daily life is really like - from the
perspective of Afghans
To: Michael Sheridan <michael at csfilm.org>


 Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Reminder about tonight’s discussion and screening about Afghanistan –
realities on the ground from the perspective of Afghans.   Please forward –
especially to anyone living in the Needham area.

And, please let us know if you could organize an event in your community or
institution.  More info: www.csfilm.org

Thanks and best wishes for the holidays and the new year,
Michael
*
Afghan Perspectives in Film
**Monday December 20, 2010*, *7:30 pm*
*Meetinghouse, First Parish Unitarian Universalist
23 Dedham Ave, Needham, 02492
**
*Boston based Community Supported Film will present a screening and
discussion about Afghans’ efforts to address their challenging social and
economic conditions. The evening will include a screening of short films
made in November by emerging Afghan filmmakers that represent the oft
unheard Afghan perspective on the paths and impediments to stability and
development.

Community Supported Film works to strengthen the documentary storytelling
capacity in countries where the dissemination of objective and accurate
information is essential to stabilization and development. CSF trains locals
interested in video-journalism and documentary filmmaking and works with
them to tell stories from their perspective that can influence local and
international views on sustainable paths to a more peaceful and equitable
world.  Please go to www.csfilm.org  for further information.

*First Parish* is located just off the town square at 23 Dedham Ave (route
135).  Please enter through the Lincoln Street doors.  There is ample
parking in the  town lot off of Lincoln Street.  The building is fully
accessible.  For more information, go to www.uuneedham.org or call the
Parish office at 781-444-0823.

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Michael Sheridan, Director
56 Parkton Road
Boston, MA 02130 USA
617-834-7206, *michael at csfilm.org
*www.csfilm.org
www.sheridanworks.com

Community Supported Film works to strengthen
the documentary storytelling capacity in countries
where the dissemination of objective and accurate
information is essential to stabilization and development.

Laura Baring-Gould
    Chair, Community Supported Film
    www.laurabaringgould.com

Laura Roper
    Adviser and Writer

Anuradha Desai
    Adviser and Producer

*Brewing Tea in a Kettle of War
*A project of Community Supported Film in Afghanistan

Subscribe for updates about our current film and about
issues of economic development in Afghanistan:
*Brewing Tea in a Kettle of War
**http://www.brewingteainakettleofwar.com
*
The Killid Media Group, Afghanistan

    Co-Producer
    www.thekillidgroup.com

*Afghan Project Funders:
*The Danish Embassy
The Killid Group
The Swiss Agency and Development Cooperation
and hundreds of individual donors
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Susan C. Paine Serpa
Facilitator, Northeast Indictment Coalition
Coordinator, National Accountability Action Network
617-599-5195
neimpeach at gmail.com
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