Landfill Harmonic – A Film About Inspiring Dreams One Note at a Time

Landfill Harmonic is an upcoming feature-length documentary about a remarkable orchestra from a remote village in Paraguay, where its young musicians play with instruments made from trash.

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6 Responses to Landfill Harmonic – A Film About Inspiring Dreams One Note at a Time

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  2. filmtoppings says:

    Sounds like a great movie. I look forward to seeing it!

  3. KBL~RAL-NC says:

    I hope you will add more blog posts & keep those of us interested up to date. Also set up a means for us to receive notice when a post goes up on the blog. Thanks! I am excited about this amazing creativity!

  4. Tara Seeley says:

    Please enter this film in the Heartland Film Festival! http://www.trulymovingpictures.org/heartland-film-festival/submit-your-film/

  5. Awesome clip. It looks like a potentially interesting film.

    More at: Landfill Harmonic

  6. savannah49 says:

    I’m sharing your website adress along with your video on my facebook page and encouraging my friends to do the same! Good luck and best wishes for success!

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