Canary Live at Good Pitch New York

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Canary in a Coal Mine will be one of seven films to take the stage at BRITDOC‘s Good Pitch New York on Tuesday, October 20th. It’s a uniquelive event that leverages a diverse audience to help build movements and campaigns around social issue films.
Good Pitch brings filmmakers together with foundations, NGOs, campaigners, philanthropists, policymakers, brands, technology, government, and media around leading social issues – to forge coalitions that are good for all partners, good for the films, and good for society.
Alumni include films that have gone on to have massive impact like Oscar nominees Virunga and The Square and Lee Hirsch’s Bully.
We will be live tweeting this event all morning and posting updates on Facebook. Tune in especially from 11:45pm ET to 12:30pm ET.
And share and retweet our updates with your friends and family to help us amplify our message!
 

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