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Who is Jon Watts and Why is he a Judge?

Who is Jon Watts and Why is He a BFF Judge?Jon is a self described "Quaker spoken word poet, guitarist, produce, and performer." A traveling minstrel, when he performs, some consider it a "public ministry.""Ministry: Sharing or acting upon one's gifts, whether in service to individuals, to the meeting, or to the larger community."…See More
4th month 6, 2010
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Bridge Film Festival Finalist Judges Announced!

The Bridge Film Festival 2010 is honored to announce this year's Finalist Judges! Each year we select judges who are educators, social activists, filmmakers, and Quakers. Because the festival is on-line, they will be able to view and evaluate the finalist entries from wherever in the world they happen to be (as long as they have a computer and internet connection.) The judges will determine the winners for best narrative, documentary, digital slide show, and public service announcement…See More
1st month 21, 2010
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One Minute For Peace

Even though the deadline for this year's Bridge Film Festival is March 1st, we recently received the first entry. It's from the Brooklyn Monthly Meeting and it's a public service announcement related to the American Friends Service Committee's "One Minute for Peace" initiative.Last summer the BFF jointly announced a "bridging" with the AFSC, and now the…See More
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Who is Jon Watts and Why is he a Judge?

Posted on 4th mo. 6, 2010 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

Who is Jon Watts and Why is He a BFF Judge?


Jon is a self described "Quaker spoken word poet, guitarist, produce, and performer." A traveling minstrel, when he performs, some consider… Continue

Bridge Film Festival Finalist Judges Announced!

Posted on 1st mo. 21, 2010 at 5:48am 0 Comments

The Bridge Film Festival 2010 is honored to announce this year's Finalist Judges! Each year we select judges who are educators, social activists, filmmakers, and Quakers. Because the festival is on-line, they will be able to view and evaluate the finalist entries from wherever in the world they happen to be (as long as they have a computer and internet connection.) The judges will determine the winners for best narrative, documentary, digital slide show, and public service announcement… Continue

One Minute For Peace

Posted on 1st mo. 5, 2010 at 7:34pm 0 Comments

Even though the deadline for this year's Bridge Film Festival is March 1st, we recently received the first entry. It's from the Brooklyn Monthly Meeting and it's a public service announcement related to the American Friends Service Committee's "One Minute for Peace" initiative.



Last summer the BFF jointly announced a "bridging" with the AFSC,… Continue

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