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make films that encourage compassionate action to end homelessness in Seattle

    1. Beth Alderman
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      Beth Alderman

      Seattle, WA

Real Change News, Mental Health Chaplaincy and Trinity United Methodist Church have taken strong action to end homelessness in Seattle. I made one documentary film with Real Change and TUM and hope to make more in order to create a religious education series for local faith groups. If you'd like to be a part of this filmmaking project, I'd love to hear from you! Let's spark conversations that have the power to change hearts and minds and engage all of us in co-creating a more compassionate world!!

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    • Beth Alderman SEATTLE, WA
      • about 5 years ago

      Fall is here, and the weather is turning cold. A growing number of our neighbors has no warm bed to sleep in. Help to house them by watching and sharing the short doco "As if We Plan to Stay," which is available online streaming or for sharing with a group via DVD. Half of royalties from the $2 streaming and $6 DVD go to Real Change News. 

      Please share the film widely and help get the word out and the conversation going! Much Metta to all :<)

      http://www.indieflix.com/Films/AsIfWePlantoStay

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    • Beth Alderman SEATTLE, WA
      • about 5 years ago

      Indieflix is preparing to make "As if we plan to stay" available for purchase on its website! 50% of royalties will go to Real Change!

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    • Beth Alderman SEATTLE, WA
      • about 5 years ago

      Geoffrey Castle, whose "Streets of Inwood" tracks form a key part of the soundtrack of "As if we plan to stay" (the first documentary in the series) has offered to play his plugged-in violin for a fundraising launch party. Brilliant! 

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    • Beth Alderman SEATTLE, WA
      • about 5 years ago

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