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“Afghan Dreams,” The Second Half.

PITTSBURGH, PA, 29 April 2015 — Two of the central characters in our film, “Afghan Dreams,” shine in a darkened theater at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Our documentary follows four young Afghan women competing in the world’s most important contest of international law, the Vis Moot East. The contest is held each […]

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Three Weeks to Register for Video Workshop

WASHINGTON, DC, 29 April 2015 — Only three weeks left to register for the June 4-7 Video Workshop With Bill Gentile. Veterans get 20% discount. Don’t miss this four-day immersion in the craft of visual storytelling. You will learn to: Articulate story ideas. Capture powerful images and clean sound. Recognize and cultivate dramatic story arcs. […]

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AU Students Win Pulitzer Center Fellowships

WASHINGTON, DC, 20 April 2015 — American University communication Ph.D. student Kara Andrade and graduating journalism major Julia Boccagno have been named 2015 recipients of the Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium International Reporting Student Fellowships. From left are School of Communication (SOC) Dean Jeffrey Rutenbeck, Andrade, Boccagno, and Eric Hershberg, director of American University’s Center for […]

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“Afghan Dreams” Screens at Pitt Law School

WASHINGTON, DC, 16 April 2015 — Our documentary about four young Afghan women competing in the world’s most important contest of international law will screen at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law on Wednesday 29 April.  

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20% Discount for Vets at June Video Workshop

WASHINGTON, DC, 13 April 2015 — All veterans are eligible for a 20 percent discount on the June 4-7 Video Workshop With Bill Gentile in Washington, DC. For details, click here: http://videojournalismworkshops.com/live Don’t miss this four-day immersion in the craft of visual storytelling. You will learn to: Articulate story ideas. Capture powerful images and clean […]

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At June 4-7 Video Workshop: Arrive Early. Stay Late.

WASHINGTON, DC, 12 April 2015 — “Arrive early. Stay late.” That’s what I told the audience at the recent screening of “Afghan Dreams.” Arrive early. Stay late. I was given that advice decades ago by photojournalist Alon Reininger, whom I’ve known since working alongside him in Central America. That’s when you get the best stuff, […]

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