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The Second Day: 14 Year Old Filmmaker Remembers September 11th

At age 11, Brook Peters decided to make a film about September 11th and its aftermath to give his fellow students and teachers at Ground Zero area schools a chance to share with the world their experiences. The Second Day is his touching and … Continue reading

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Poster Girl: An interview with Filmmaker Sara Nesson

Minneapolis curator and arts writer Tricia Khutoretsky interviewed Sara Nesson, the Academy-award nominated filmmaker of Poster Girl,  for 10 Years + Counting: While shooting footage for the soon-to-be-completed Iraq Paper Scissors, a documentary about veterans on a healing journey, vérité filmmaker Sara Nesson met … Continue reading

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Revisiting Hearts and Minds

A few months ago, when New York’s Museum of Modern Art film series featured Peter Davis’s seminal Viet Nam war documentary Hearts and Minds (1974), we were inspired to look for contemporary reviews. Penelope Gilliatt’s column in The New Yorker … Continue reading

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If I Had a Trillion Dollars

10YAC is proud to present “If I Had a Trillion Dollars”, a  youth video project sponsored by American Friends Service Committee and National Priorities Project. Last year’s participants were asked to create videos responding to the rising costs of war, which by May 30th, … Continue reading

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