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Amazing Women Rock, cool title

Posted on : 24-04-2013 | By : dbiff | In : InMedia


I have no idea where that story came from, but I am gratified that the paragraph has come to mean so much to so many people.” She has also been featured in some films, including The Power of Forgiveness showcased at the Dawn Breakers International Film Festival in 2009.Among her many honors, Dr. Ahmed has served as Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, Diplomat of the American Board of Pulmonary Medicine, and Diplomat of the American Board of Critical Care Medicine. She was also named a Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians.


Some advice from a ‘freedom fighter’ filmmaker

Posted on : 17-04-2013 | By : dbiff | In : InMedia


10. For filmmakers who have exhausted all their financial measures, there is a solution. Do some research on festivals who don’t charge fees or that charge a small fee. Here are some “submission-fee free” festivals: a. Many Jewish film festivals do not charge fees www.bjff.org b. The African Diaspora Film Festival c. The Conscious Life Expo d. The Bicycle Film Festival e. Dawn Breakers International Film Festival f. The Fly Away Film Festival g. The Idaho International Film Festival h. The Intelligent Use of Water Film Festival i. The International Random Film Festival j. Loisaida Cortos Latino Film Festival k. The Margaret Mean Film & Video Festival l. The New York Documentary Center m. The New York Film Festival n. The New Zealand International Film Festival o. The Polish Film Festival in America p. San Francisco Three Minute Film Festival q. Short Film Festival r. TromaDance Next blog, I will talk about “to go with a distributor or not to go, that is the question,” (weighing the question if self-distribution online is better than traditional distribution). Until then, check the gate, and if it’s clear… Then we’re moving on. — Leora


A list of Baha’i socio-economic projects, like dBIFF

Posted on : 10-04-2013 | By : dbiff | In : InMedia


Since its inception the Bahá’í Faith has had involvement in socio-economic development beginning by giving greater freedom to women,[1] promulgating the promotion of female education as a priority concern,[2] and that involvement was given practical expression by creating schools, agricultural coops, and clinics.[1]

Some larger scale recent examples of Baha’i-inspired socio-economic projects are FUNDAEC, the Tahirih Justice Center, Barli Development Institute for Rural Women, Nur University, and the Dawn Breakers International Film Festival.