Vancouver's Pull Focus is an "anti-film school" dedicated to giving students marketable media skills, while raising awareness about social justice issues by partnering with local non-profits to produce short films about their organizations.
In Megaphone #84 we go inside the film school to see how its changing its students' lives and creating social change at the same time.
In this issue we also take a critical look at the City of Vancouver's recently released homelessness strategy; mark the opening of the a new social housing development; David Suzuki speaks out on fracking; and a Norwegian street
paper vendor recounts where he was when Oslo was bombed.
All this, plus poetry, horoscopes, arts listings, and more!
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