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  • The Tribeca Film Festival encourages empathy
  • The Tribeca Film Festival encourages empathy
    Tribeca Film Festival (2017) ©
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The Tribeca Film Festival encourages empathy

The rise of personal tech and a growing focus on the self may be diminishing our ability to empathise. But storytelling can bypass this self-absorption by putting the audience in other people’s shoes. The Tribeca Film Festival has launched the ‘See Yourself in Others’ campaign to highlight this.

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