A Lot Like You

A Film by Eliaichi Kimaro

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“A Lot Like You” article in the Citizen newspaper in Tanzania today

February 4, 2012

* The Citizen reposted Tyrone Beason’s article, Seattle filmmaker finds herself in her Tanzanian family which originally appeared in the Seattle Times (Jan. 29, 2012). this morning’s email from Mama:  Hello Eli, Mr. Shah congratulated me on the feature article in The Citizen* even before we had gotten our newspaper. So, Baba […]

taking this show on the road!

January 26, 2012

We’re so excited to announce that A Lot Like You is an official selection of the Africa World Documentary Film Festival.  As part of this traveling festival, our film might be screening in the following cities/countries in the coming months: Yaoundé, Cameroon Birmingham, Alabama St.Louis, Missouri Cave Hill, Barbados Lawrence, […]

a year ago today…

June 22, 2011

  When this film journey began, never could I have imagined that 7 years later, I would be in the East Wing of the White House, waiting to present President Obama with the DVD of my film, A Lot Like You. But there I was, sipping champagne with approximately 100 […]

Logic Amen — Speak On It — KBCS

June 21, 2011

Logic Amen was at our screening on June 12th.  He reflects on the question he posed at our Q&A session in a 3min piece–Speak On It (KBCS). Is it possible for us in the US to respectfully engage in the struggle for justice and equality in developing countries without compromising […]

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