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Action for Hope's video school is set to present the graduation film projects of its first class of graduates Saturday, at its facilities in Ghazzeh. The school's 19 aspiring filmmakers – all from refugee and marginal communities in the Bekka Valley – will show nine short fiction and documentary films, all linked by the themes of love, war and displacement. The video school, which opened in early 2017, is its latest initiative that provides opportunities and creative resources for underprivileged young people.Many of the shorts look at stories of domestic violence, child marriage, racism and the hopes of the young people featured in the films.
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