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An example of how we have pivoted to online events: Virtual Discussion of “Activized”

by April 10, 2020 0

On Thursday, April 9th, Mt. Baker Meaningful Movies hosted a virtual discussion of the film Activized. The film is about seven ordinary Americans who, for the first time in their lives, have left their comfort zones and become involved in gun violence prevention, voting rights and immigrants’ rights. The director and producer Eric Stange and producer Marga Varea joined the discussion and talked about their experiences collecting the activists’ stories and making the film. The discussion served as a beautiful antidote to the disconnect many are feeling right now. We had 25 (?) participants join the meeting. One of the benefits of online events is that people from all over can join. We had folks join from Seattle, SeaTac, Tacoma, Spokane, and the filmmaker and producer from Boston, MA! It was a lovely night of talking about a powerful film and connecting with each other.

Meaningful Movies Project is partnering with Sky Pond Productions and the film Activized. They have offered the screenings rights for any Meaningful Movies venue that is interested. Contact for more information.

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