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Here are the 37 other groups chosen:• The Aadizookaan, a collective based in Detroit that applies ancestral, indigenous-based knowledge to current artists.

• BlackStar Projects, which highlights the work of Black, Latinx and indigenous filmmakers — including through the annual BlackStar Film Festival in Philadelphia.

• Corporación Cinememoria/EDOC Documentary Film Festival, which promotes documentary filmmaking in Ecuador.

• Detroit Narrative Agency, a community organization that “disrupts harmful narratives about Detroit,” and supports filmmakers of color in the city.

• Māoriland Film Festival, based in New Zealand, which supports Māori and international Indigenous filmmakers and creative people.

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