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George Roberson ’86's Film, Joshua Tree

Set in the USA heartland following the global 2008 economic collapse, Kate, a recently divorced suburban mother of two young girls, struggles to hold onto the American dream.
Set in the USA heartland following the global 2008 economic collapse, Kate, a recently divorced suburban mother of two young girls, struggles to hold onto the American dream.

George Roberson ’86, who was featured in the recent issue of Keene State Today, is the founder, publisher, and director of Collaborative Media International, a nongovernmental organization dedicated to “furthering intercultural dialogue and understanding between the USA, the North Africa / Middle East Regions, and world-wide through multinational collaboration, research, and education.” CMI’s feature-length film, Joshua Tree, explores the American Dream at the crossroads and has won several international film awards, including Best Editing at the Cyprus International Film Festival (2014) and Best Director at the Mexico International Film Festival Awards (2014). Joshua Tree is currently at the IFF Bratislava in Slovakia (Nov. 7–14).

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