and the Nerve Centre in Derry to promote one film from Donegal and one
from Derry using free social media.
I (of course) am helping to promote the Donegal film "Brighter Days" !!!
Everything we do during the challenge will be recorded
and presented at a free seminar on 25th November to show local film
makers, arts and community groups how they can use social media to promote
The challenge is part of the Sharing Stories project, a
collaboration between the Nerve Centre and the Regional Cultural Centre
under which about 20 short films have been produced in the past 2 years.
Please share this film by copying & pasting This link: http://youtu.be/gC_T6y9Oy9U and do Share it with your real friends!
And Don't forget to Feed the Fish at the bottom of this Post!
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