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Charlotte Magazine Q&A: Soufra Filmmaker Thomas Morgan

BY MICHAEL J. SOLENDER - His latest project punched his ticket to Cannes: THOMAS MORGAN'S JOURNEY from real estate and green energy guy to indie filmmaker is itself a film-worthy story....
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Mountainfilm: "Soufra," An Uplifting & Empowering Doc

Click on the FULL SCHEDULE HERE and look for the uplifting story of “Soufra.” Scroll down to listen to my interview with Telluride homeboy and the doc’s producer Trevor Hall of Rebelhouse...
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SOUFRA @ Cannes Positive Cinema Week

Soufra was honored to be nominated for Best Positive Documentary as part of 2018 Cannes Positive Cinema Week. The week kicked off with a Rebelhouse party celebrating Soufra’s nomination and...
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All About Ann Arbor Reports Cinetopia 2018: Michigan filmmakers come home

By Matt Giles - Associate Producer - ANN ARBOR In just a little over two weeks, the 2018 Cinetopia Film Festival will begin with many films that are sure to excite cinephiles and local audiences...
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Children's Center

The construction of the children's center is NEARLY COMPLETE! We're still raising money for the teachers, school supplies and desks, but this is a milestone to celebrate. Mariam is beyond...
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It's Just Movies: Interview with Director Thomas Morgan

  — by BEV QUESTAD — The Portland International Film Festival (PIFF) has chosen eight, from nearly 90 films it featured this year, for encore showings. Festival publicist Nick Bruno reports...
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Forbes: How A Financier Reinvented Himself For A Career At The Helm Of A World-Changing Studio

Thomas Morgan looked across the room in a skyscraper in Charlotte, N.C., at a suited executive for a big Southern Energy company. He was shocked at the ruthless deal on...
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"This Woman’s Work" Museum of the Moving Image reviews Soufra

By Mayukh Sen Mariam Shaar, a Palestinian refugee, has lived in Bourj-el-Barajneh, a refugee camp padded with 50,000 inhabitants in the span of one square kilometer, her whole life. Bourj-el-Barajneh...
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New York Times Review

A stirring tale of empowerment, the documentary Soufra shows how societal change can begin with small steps. Mariam Shaar leads a modest food business in Bourj el Barajneh, a refugee...
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