|Film Talks | Watertown | 2005
Filmmakers Collaborative, an association of independent film and videomakers dedicated to spotlighting diverse ethnic communities and cultures through film, presented screenings of Michal Goldman's Umm Kulthum: A Voice Like Egypt and Bob Nesson's Russian Documentaries Today. Both screenings included opportunities for audience members to engage with the filmmakers on issues and ideas raised by the films.
Funded by the Watertown Cultural Council in 2005
Grant Recipient: Filmmakers Collaborative, Inc., $650