Filmmaker Edward & Confronting Your Enemies


I met Edward at the Rahway Film Festival, where I saw his moving short film, “Straight,” about a woman struggling out of heroin addiction. Edward felt compelled to make this fiction piece because of all the friends he has lost to this drug. Here, he discusses addiction as well as filmmaking.


Mo Asumang, daughter of a black father and a white mother, talks to BBC News about her experiences making her new documentary, The Aryans, in which she confronts racists, both in Germany and among the Ku Klux Klan in America.

Change the WORLD (for an “enemy”)
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People such as heroin addicts and racists may do bad things. But as we see in our two videos this month, sometimes being the one to reach out can have a big impact. “There are some who always look for conflict… walk away, the battle they fight is not against you, it is against themselves.” Who is someone you have had an issue with lately? What specific act can you do to show care for this person?

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64 thoughts on “Filmmaker Edward & Confronting Your Enemies”

    1. Thanks Mike. Always very nice to hear from you. Hope all is going well with you, you deserve it. Feel free to get in touch if you are passing by anytime and talk to you soon.

  1. Great searching for things that matter. As always, thinking about others!!! Grandma

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