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‘To inspire…to help’

Grand Junction social activists and filmmakers Nicholas Moore, Joel Dyar and Ashley Bernal have never worked as hard as they did during a recent trip to Nepal.

In March, the trio flew into the capital city of Kathmandu as Positive Movement Films to shoot a documentary about the state of the developing country nearly one year after an 8.1-magnitude earthquake rocked the Asian nation, killing more than 8,000 people, injuring more than 21,000 and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless.

The local filmmakers were there for two weeks to learn about the devastation and to hear from survivors about the effect the natural disaster had on their lives and the persistent issues the country is experiencing with efforts to distribute billions of dollars in pledged relief money to those who need it.


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