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1. Entries for the I, Immigrant, First Responders & Essential Workers in The Corona War should be documentary shorts from 1 minute to 40 minutes in length. 2. Films should be about a US Immigrant First Responder or Essential Worker, in the fields of health care, emergency response, public transportation, package delivery, food production, or grocery retail. Essential Workers have not worked from home during the shutdown, but rather have continued to go to their normal jobs on the front lines, bringing them into contact daily with COVID-19 patients or the general public or fellow workers in unsafe conditions. 3.…

Dr. Mohammadhossein Moshkelgosha M.D. has joined I, Immigrant, First Responders & Essential Workers In Corona War online film competition as project advisor. Dr. Moshgelgosha will also be in charge of communication with the hospitals, clinics, medical facilities, physician and nurses organizations in order to find immigrant healthcare workers engaged in the war with corona virus and encourage them to participate in I, Immigrant film festival. Dr. Mohammadhossein Moshkelgosha M.D. is co-founder of “Healthy Behavior Institute” and “Health Alphabet Journal “ which in collaboration with WHO and The Global Fund project,fights against spread of HIV infection and AIDS among youngsters in…

Make a short film to participate in the I, Immigrant: First Responders & Essential Workers in the Corona War – Online Film Festival. Show the world the sacrifices US Immigrant First Responders & Essential Workers on the front lines are making to save lives and keep the country running in the brutal battle against the Coronavirus. Essential Workers have not been able to work from home during the shutdown, but rather have continued to go to their normal jobs, bringing them into contact on a daily basis with COVID-19 patients or the general public or fellow workers in unsafe conditions.…

Did You Know? More than 1 in 6 U.S. healthcare workers are immigrants. In the states hardest hit by the coronavirus, California and New York, more than a third of all healthcare workers are immigrants. Also there are other immigrant Essential Workers on the front lines making sacrifices in order to save lives and keep the country running in the brutal battle against the Coronavirus. Essential Workers have not been able to work from home during the shutdown, but rather have continued to go to their normal jobs, bringing them into contact on a daily basis with COVID-19 patients or…