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Developing Local Nutrition Stars: Using Participatory Video to Promote Better Nutrition

Locally produced videos are helping rural communities in Africa and Asia improve hygiene and nutrition.

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On Film: Two Girls Launch Change In Guatemala

A new film tells the captivating story of Elba and Emelin, two girls who advocate for health and education in their small community in Guatemala.

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Keeping My Soul Right: Making Global Health Films on Women and Girls

The question for filmmakers like myself who want to make socially-conscious films that advance positive social change and, bring to light issues in the developing world is this - how do we illustrate development problems without dumbing down our storylines?

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Curating Cinema: Lisa Russell Delivers on Films About Women and Girls

he Cinema Corner, which had a formal Call for Film Submissions and is structured like a film festival, is a dedicated space at the conference where we have programmed nearly 80 films of different genres (documentaries, narratives, music videos, educational films, PSAs etc) to be shown over the three day event.

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How To Survive A Plague

How To Survive A Plague, details the early days of what we now know is the AIDS epidemic in the United States; specifically telling the stories of the pioneers of the AIDS advocacy movement

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