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Tori Baker, Salt Lake Film Society's executive director for 14 years, recalled a film screening a few years ago when at-risk kids throughout Salt Lake City had a chance to watch a movie.
The movie was called "The Red Balloon," and it was a part of the Big Pictures, Little People series, which gives children from less-fortunate communities a chance to be exposed to new perspectives. Baker said one of her favorite things about that screening was it gave the kids watching a "lens into someone else's life" — an opportunity for them to envision a life that was different from their own.
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