2020 is off to a strong start and we have exciting projects underway here at p.h. balanced films!
We'll provide a behind-the-scenes look in our nextupdate (but if that feels too far away, take a peek now on any of our social media platforms - Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram).
In thisupdate, we're delighted to share a series of short videos from our recent work in Nairobi.
The Stories Power Change collection features conversations with fellow African Women in Media attendees about the importance of storytelling. From a radio show or a full-length documentary film, to journalism and multimedia engagement, each has made an important impact with stories in their respective countries and communities.
Take a few moments to watch today. We'd love to know which one you find most inspiring!
With gratitude for your support and excitement about the year ahead,
At p.h. balanced films, we know the power of storytelling to change hearts and minds - and, in turn, policies and practices. That knowledge drives everything we do, from our Reel Women Real Change workshops to other events and engagements about stories, film, and media in general.
We set out for Kenya looking to meet fellow women in media, share our Stories Power Change& Stories Change Power approach to advocacy, and learn new perspectives from around the world as part of the third annual African Women in Media conference and festival (#AWiM19).
We returned with heads full of new ideas, phones full of numbers of new contacts (and friends), and hearts full of inspiration - and feeling downright invigorated!
In the weeks ahead, we will share more via our newsletter from the people we met, all of whom are working across an impressive range of media landscapes. We heard stories from Nigeria, South Sudan, and Ghana, just to name a few.
Did you see something we posted on Twitter during #AWiM19 that caught your eye? A video on Facebook that you'd like to know more about? Have questions about the panels we hosted and workshops we conducted?
Let us know at email@example.com
As always, thank you for your support. Our work wouldn't be where it is without you.
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