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Short Film: TONY MCCLEAN NEPAL TRUST, 8min., Documentary

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Tony McClean’s life was tragically cut short when he died in the canyoning disaster at Mangatepopo, New Zealand on 15 April 2008. Later, the details of an ambitious vision for helping the people of Nepal was found on his laptop. We follow Tony’s sister, Hannah, as she heads back to Nepal 10 years later to connect with the people Tony wanted to help. The Tony McClean Nepal Trust is working to make his vision a reality.

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Short Film: TONY MCCLEAN NEPAL TRUST, 8min., Documentary

FEEDBACK Female Film Festival

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Tony McClean’s life was tragically cut short when he died in the canyoning disaster at Mangatepopo, New Zealand on 15 April 2008. Later, the details of an ambitious vision for helping the people of Nepal was found on his laptop. We follow Tony’s sister, Hannah, as she heads back to Nepal 10 years later to connect with the people Tony wanted to help. The Tony McClean Nepal Trust is working to make his vision a reality.

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Short Film: LEARNING TO SWIM, 10min., USA, Documentary

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Ingrid and her son Ross welcome Syrian refugee Ahmed into their home in the quiet English countryside and find a way to resist the uncertainty and fear we all face.

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Short Film: LEARNING TO SWIM, 10min., USA, Documentary

Documentary Short Film Festival

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Ingrid and her son Ross welcome Syrian refugee Ahmed into their home in the quiet English countryside and find a way to resist the uncertainty and fear we all face.

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Short Film: AN UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANT STORY, 6min., USA, Documentary

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Do you want to know about undocumented immigrant #Facts and #Real World Immigrant Data?

Are you tired of hearing undocumented immigrant stereotypes and misinformation that is fear-based?

In 1981, I ran across the US-Mexican border at 7 years old for 12 hours across the desert. We were running away from civil war-torn El Salvador. My mother (working on equal pay for teachers) received death threats that included killing her, my brother, and me.

My family and I applied-and got our temporary residency cards through the vetted 1986 IRCA (“amnesty act”)

Hear our family’s story- there are many millions more out there of the estimated 11 MM undocumented immigrants in the US.

Hear published census information on undocumented immigrant employment, tax-filing, crime, and incarceration rates- associated data that is publicly available and published in the literature.

What is missing? real world data (directly from the estimated ~11 MM undocumented immigrants) and…

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Short Film: AN UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANT STORY, 6min., USA, Documentary

Documentary Short Film Festival

495ea86769 poster

Do you want to know about undocumented immigrant #Facts and #Real World Immigrant Data?

Are you tired of hearing undocumented immigrant stereotypes and misinformation that is fear-based?

In 1981, I ran across the US-Mexican border at 7 years old for 12 hours across the desert. We were running away from civil war-torn El Salvador. My mother (working on equal pay for teachers) received death threats that included killing her, my brother, and me.

My family and I applied-and got our temporary residency cards through the vetted 1986 IRCA (“amnesty act”)

Hear our family’s story- there are many millions more out there of the estimated 11 MM undocumented immigrants in the US.

Hear published census information on undocumented immigrant employment, tax-filing, crime, and incarceration rates- associated data that is publicly available and published in the literature.

What is missing? real world data (directly from the estimated ~11 MM undocumented immigrants) and…

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Short Film: BREAKING FREE, 12min., USA, Documentary

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At a Virginia stable where equine therapy is practiced, veterans with PTSD process their trauma through largely nonverbal and tranquil means. Horses can read people, and the rapport that develops often allows vets to make amazing progress.

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