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SWEAT EQUITY


Dear  List Administrator,

Please post the screening and broadcast of a documentary about community 
gardens. The film will be screeening and airing in Philadephia.  The 
film is also available on home video. For more into folks and log onto 
www.metrofarming.com

I appreciate your support.

Sincerely,

Daniel Tripoli

SWEAT EQUITY an award winning documentary film, about the revitalization 
of urban neighborhoods by creating community gardens from vacant city 
land. It will screen at the First Glance 5: Film and Video Festival
For festival and ticket info contact: www.newimaging.com

Screening Info:

SWEAT EQUITY  (56:40)
Alley Arts Studio
Center City, Philadelphia, PA
Sunday, March 24, 2002
Twilight Screening
5:15PM

The film will also be airing on Philadelphia's DUTV- Cable 54. www.dutv.org

BROADCAST DATES & TIMES:
March 26, 2002 @ 8:00 PM and midnight
April 23, 2002  @ 8:00 PM and midnight

SWEAT EQUITY is also available for home video and Institutional use. Got 
to www.metrofarming.com for info.





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