A Widening Embrace extra features released

 

Three new short films to complement A Widening Embrace were made available on Bahai.org today. This scene shows people from a community in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, one of the areas included in the documentary.
Three new short films to complement A Widening Embrace were made available on Bahai.org today. This scene shows people from a community in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, one of the areas included in the documentary.

 

BAHA’I WORLD CENTRE — New features complementing the recently produced documentary film A Widening Embrace were made available online today.

Three short films highlight aspects of the community building endeavors of Baha’is and like-minded friends around the world. Totaling about 32 minutes, the new features cover three themes: nurturing younger generations, exploring the empowerment of junior youth, and communities learning to advance together.

A Widening Embrace, released in April on Bahai.org, tells the story of the transformation of communities unfolding throughout the world by featuring the process in 24 communities representing different realities and contexts. The 77-minute film and its new features were produced in an innovative way, drawing on footage recorded by local teams who documented the efforts of their own communities to effect constructive change.

This scene from Panama is in one of the three additional short films added to complement A Widening Embrace, an innovative production drawing on footage recorded by local teams who documented the efforts of their own communities to effect constructive change.SLIDESHOW
This scene from Panama is in one of the three additional short films added to complement A Widening Embrace, an innovative production drawing on footage recorded by local teams who documented the efforts of their own communities to effect constructive change.

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