January 18, 2021
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California’s Directing Change Program and Film Contest Announces October Winners of Hope and Justice Category


SAN DIEGO–()–As COVID-19 continues to affect our lives, it remains important that we physically distance by staying at least six feet away from people we don’t share a household with. Students across California used their creativity to showcase how people can measure this six-foot distance, explain why it is important to keep distance and wear face coverings, and how we can still stay connected.

The Directing Change Program & Film Contest announces the October winners of the Hope and Justice category along with winners of the monthly prompt “Creative Ways to Measure 6 Feet Physical Distancing.”

Hope submissions highlight a film, song, narrative, or art that inspires others to find their own way to get…



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