Video: Fulbright Specialist in Nepal, 2019

The Frames film program has produced a short video of my work in Nepal, focusing on the Fulbright Specialist trip in 2019. I hope you enjoy it.

The Frames Film Program provides opportunities for multi-barriered youth (ages 16 to 30) to learn the basics of filmmaking — at no cost.​ It is an off-site program of Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House. As a Vancouver-based film production and life skills program, it provides opportunities for youth to learn the basics of filmmaking in a supportive, safe and fun environment.

7 thoughts on “Video: Fulbright Specialist in Nepal, 2019

  1. In our short time together at UIUC, you and Ann had given me insights on what it is like to work on CI. I immediately felt the bonding amongst kindred spirits there, and now, you also experienced what is is like in a development setting like my own. Beautiful insights Chip, i hope to talk to you on my journeys too, past PhD and into the real world.

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  2. Chip, this is lovely. The many interesting stories I heard you tell us about your life and work there now have a delightful visual narrative. Thanks so much! And thank you Senator Fulbright for starting this whole business.

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