We are so proud of the PROJECT VIEWFINDER premiere screening on May 1. Thank you to everyone that showed up to support the filmmakers and view the amazing stories they shared.
We asked everyone who attended to share their thoughts with us after the event. Of the 255 people who came, 58% said the experience of coming and the film exceeded their expectations. 72% of the audience felt that homeless people can make powerful films and 84% thought that projects like this are of great value to the community.
Didn’t get to see PROJECT VIEWFINDER? Watch it online here.
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