Vote now for Penn Alum’s short film “Being Iraqi”

Another alum with a documentary!

Check out and vote for (by November 4) Paul Shore (C’96)‘s short film Being Iraqi. This film just made it to the quarterfinals in an online contest being hosted by Radio Canada International featuring short films about cultural diversity.

Being Iraqi follows Iraqi- Canadian hip hop MC Yassin Alsalman (aka The Narcycist) over the US/Canada border to a show to see what life is like for him post 9-11.

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(Once at the site, click “Click Here to Launch the Competition”. Then, under Quarterfinals, there is Watch This Weeks Finalists. Paul’s is in the row of people and if you scroll over it you will see his name and the title of the film. Click the person and his film will come up and you can click the stars to rate it (vote for it). )

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