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Inclusion On the Air
Directed by
Eli Canter

USA / 2018 / 8

World Premiere

Screening Times and Venues:
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SHORTS: Teen Films.

A documentary about the life and work of Emily Perl Kingsley, a former Sesame Street writer and longtime activist for children disabilities and their familes.
Growing up, Eli Canter has always been in love with movies. However it wasn't until his teen years until he started to make films of his own. He is inspired by all cinematic genres, especially narratives, and plans to continue honing his craft so he can create eye opening films for his future audiences.
Cast/Featuring: Emily Kingsley
Director(s): Eli Canter


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