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TRIBECA TALKS: PEN TO PAPER HOSTED BY BARNES & NOBLE UNION SQUARE--THE PEN VERSUS THE SWORD

TFF 2012
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE TRIBECA TALKS: PEN TO PAPER HOSTED BY BARNES & NOBLE UNION SQUARE--THE PEN VERSUS THE SWORD [TFF 2012]
Social change can be implemented through a variety of creative methods—from artists who write and create work that makes people look at society from a new perspective, to bloggers spreading information, opinions, and images to those who need it most, to regular individuals speaking out. Hear from TFF filmmakers Antonino D'Ambrosio (Let Fury Have the Hour), Raymond De Felitta (Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story), and Stephen Maing (High Tech, Low Life) on how writing and action can make an impact in the world. Moderated by film and culture critic Caryn James.
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Social change can be implemented through a variety of creative methods—from artists who write and create work that makes people look at society from a new perspective, to bloggers spreading information, opinions, and images to those who need it most, to regular individuals speaking out. Hear from TFF filmmakers Antonino D'Ambrosio (Let Fury Have the Hour), Raymond De Felitta (Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story), and Stephen Maing (High Tech, Low Life) on how writing and action can make an impact in the world. Moderated by film and culture critic Caryn James.
Film Information
Year: 2012
Length: 60 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: Panel
Contacts

Moderator
Caryn James
New york times
Phone: 212-556-7356
cjames@nytimes.com

Moderator
Caryn James
New york times
Phone: 212-556-7356
cjames@nytimes.com

Moderator
Caryn James
New york times
Phone: 212-556-7356
cjames@nytimes.com

Moderator
Caryn James
New york times
Phone: 212-556-7356
cjames@nytimes.com

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