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Interview : Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange: Albany, NY 2015

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I will be interviewing 3 speakers from The Capital Cinema Cultural Excahnge: Mike Camoin, Elaine Bapis, and Eric Vollweiler. This will be a live show : Call In Number: 646-716-7250:

The Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange (CCCE), nicknamed "Triple C E", aims to   support dynamic cross-cultural exchange through film. Established in 2014, the Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange is a non-commercial initiative aimed at providing filmmakers with added skills, resources, and opportunities to enhance marketability and help them reach international audiences for their character-driven work. Whether the work is a short, documentary, or feature, CCCE understands how hard it can be to bring a movie from start to finish. Our goal is to provide professional mentoring, educational workshops, cultural exchange, one-on-one consultation, networking and other forms of support, so that filmmakers can shape their work to reach a wider audience sooner. Through interaction with audiences, industry experts and peers, filmmakers can acquire a greater understanding of the language and best practices needed to navigate the creative and business paths from development to marketing, from financing to completion.

We understand there has and may always be conflicts between people and cultures of various nations.  We don't uphold one culture to be less or greater than another, or endorse any political stance.  We understand that great films transcend any particular politics of a region and strive to show the human condition even amidst adversity. A form of international communication, film is a unique language that cuts across cultures and must be preserved and protected, especially during times of conflict and disagreement, such that we might more fully understand our fellow human beings.

 

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