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How this Appalachian arts institution keeps community alive

  • Aired: 02/09/2018
  • 08:37
  • Rating: NR
The Appalachian Film Workshop was started in Kentucky in the 1960s to foster new technical skills and give people a way to tell their own stories of their home. Now known simply as Appalshop, their mission has extended far beyond filmmaking, with a renewed focus on the ways art and culture can stimulate a local economy. Jeffrey Brown reports.
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