CFN & AIC Present: Try Harder!

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April 28, 2022
7:00pm Eastern Time
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Hello Friends! Welcome to our Indie Lens Pop-Up screening of TRY HARDER! by Debbie Lum. This screening is co-presented by The Anderson Impact Center, the Sweet 16 Neighborhood Project, Peak Media Group, Purdue University, ITVS, PBS, Independent Lens, the New Orleans Loving Festival and Charitable Film Network.

Video Descriptions

Try Harder! | Pre-Show Video

Pre-Show Video

Welcome to OVEE

Try Harder!

Try Harder!

Try Harder! | End Card

End Card Video

75min 11sec


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    Charitable Film Network

    Charitable Film Network connects media-makers to good causes! CFN is a diverse community of media-makers, dedicated to connecting and collaborating with non-profits, artists, and activists on noteworthy programs that benefit the community.


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    Monique Flores


    Anderson Impact Center, Deputy Director

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    Sherry Peak

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    Peak Media Group, Founder

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    Andrea "Fay" Barber Dansby


    Purdue University, Senior Lecturer - School of Engineering Technology, and Facilitator at the Anderson Advanced Manufacturing Program

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