Len and I enjoyed volunteering at the Gig Harbor Film Festival recently. It was a great opportunity to support a community event, interact with people with similar interests and see some very interesting films. We met a woman who was jailed in Nigeria over a documentary she was making about the impact of oil on the Niger Delta, a dynamic group of high school students who say they have made 125 films posted to YouTube and got to see another side of the lawyer who is working with us on our film — he had a very funny short film, The Day My Parents Became Cool, entered in the festival. The results of the 72-hour film contest were amazing. We enjoyed working with all of the other volunteers and look forward to next year!
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