Saving Mes Aynak makes headlines worldwide; streaming on Netflix

Saving Mes Aynak by director Brent Huffman has continued to spark dialogue and make headlines regarding the imminent destruction of a Mes Aynak, one of the world's most significant archeological excavations, by a Chinese state-owned mining company eager to harvest $100 billion dollars worth of copper buried directly beneath the archaeological ruins.

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Saving Mes Aynak - Now on Netflix

During January 2017, Saving Mes Aynak will be streaming on Netflix. This is a major opportunity for the film to be seen by American audiences and is now available with Spanish subtitles, making it easier to share at bilingual workplaces and schools. The Brent Huffman-directed film has won 25 awards in total since it’s release in 2014 including both the Grand Prize and Audience Prize at the 2016 ICRONOS Film Festival.
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Saving Mes Aynak continues winning accolades and raising awareness worldwide

Director Brent Huffman's film Saving Mes Aynak has continued to garner accolades during its extremely successful festival run. The film recently won the Silver Plaque at the 2016 Chicago International Film Festival Television Awards, distinguishing Saving Mes Aynak's achievements in addressing the arts and humanities in documentary filmmaking. The film also won the Special Jury Mention at the Master of Art Film Festival in Bulgaria.
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Saving Mes Aynak ends 2015 with Al Jazeera broadcast, distribution deal, and outreach funding

As 2015 draws to a close, the team behind Saving Mes Aynak is celebrating a successful year of reaching audiences all over the world, raising global awareness about the contentious fate of the Mes Aynak historic site. 2016 is shaping up to be an even bigger year for our film and its awareness and outreach campaign, as we can now announce fresh funding and distribution partners.

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