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Dear Michael,
A reminder that we have three Boston-area events in the next two weeks, including two screenings of Community Supported Film's Afghan-made documentary shorts.  We hope you can join us, and also help spread the word!

Artist and Activist Conference Kick-off with "The Fruit of Our Labor" ScreeningTODAY: Thursday January 26th: Presentation and screening of The Fruit of Our Labor
Kick-off event for Lesley University's Artist and Activist Conference

7:00-9:00pm, Lesley University, 1815 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA
University Hall Amphitheater (Room 2-150), Porter Campus.
Free and Open to the Public

Artist and Activist Conference
Friday January 27th: Artist & Activist Conference: Public Spaces, Forbidden Places 
with panelist Michael Sheridan founder of Community Supported Film

9am - 4pm, Lesley Univeristy, Cambridge MA.  Read more and register here.
International Presentations Panel Discussion with CSFilm founder Michael Sheridan: 10am-11:30am. 36 Mellen St., Marran Theater on the Doble Campus. International Presentations and Panel.

NEW EVENT, "Editor's Pick!"
The Fruit of Our labor, Screening and Presentation

Friday, February 3rd, 7:30-9:30
Benton Library
75 Oakley Road
Belmont, MA

Organized by Belmont World Film


Please donate to Community Supported Film
Please support our training and education work.  Audience members have stated repeatedly that watching The Fruit of Our Labor, even after 10 years of media coverage, was the first time they heard Afghans voices and saw more than fleeting views into Afghan life.  We depend on your donations to continue this work.

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Michael Sheridan
Michael Sheridan,
Community Supported Film
Thank You to our Funders:
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
The Danish Embassy - Kabul, Afghanistan
The Killid Group - Kabul, Afghanistan
And hundreds of individual donors like you.

CSFilm US:                  CSFilm Afghanistan:
56 Parkton Rd.              c/o Afghan Co-Producer:
Boston, MA 02130         The Killid Group
617-834-7206                Karta-e-sea, Kabul, Afghanistan             +93 (0) 787 520 800
Community Supported Film works to strengthen the documentary storytelling capacity in countries where the dissemination of objective and accurate information is essential for development and conflict resolution. 
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