I'm happy to report the first of the short videos from Africa is posted online and ready for viewing! I'm a bit sad to say the file size is so big that I can't display it here, only provide you with a link.
Many of you will recall the man in Arusha, Tanzania who was cleaning the environment (and supporting his family) by collecting plastic bags from the trash and using them to stuff animals for children. Well now, you can meet Ramadhani Juma and see just what it takes to make this happen.
I'm so excited about how this turned out and so eager to spread the word about this project, I've submitted this piece to a local radio station's film festival, in hopes that it will be shown! And now it's about time you get a chance to see it, wouldn't you say?
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This is really cool. And very well produced! Have you submitted it to CurrentTV yet? This is just like some of the best stuff I see there. My cousin is a documentary producer at Current, and I've forwarded the link to her -- but I think their content mostly comes from direct user submissions rather than the old "pull" model.
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