World's first 24-hour True Storytelling Festival, Online.

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We are bringing the world together for 24 hours — sharing all-true personal stories from every corner of the globe, all online.

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During this time of self-imposed isolation, we are celebrating humanity through your stories from lived experiences.

The 24-hour True Storytelling Festival will run from Saturday, June 13th at 8pm EDT to Sunday, June 14th, 2020 at 8pm EDT.

The theme for the inaugural festival is When the Impossible becomes Possible — stories of unexpected surprises, human resilience, and coming through on the other side.

Starting now and continuing throughout the entire 24-hour festival, we are collecting donations for local charities around the world, who need the support. We'll be announcing which charities in the coming weeks!

Register now for the festival, and please donate to support those in need during this global pandemic.

The festival will be streamed online through Twitch:

About the Festival:

The 24-hour True Storytelling Festival was founded in March 2020, after the declaration of the global pandemic, and as governments around the world imposed self-isolation.

The festival was founded by Paul Aflalo with co-founders Misha Gajewski, Emily Poulin, and Brune Smith.

The festival is produced by Replay Storytelling (Canada), in collaboration with the Mezrab (The Netherlands), The Story Collider (United States, Canada, England, and New Zealand), Bodies of Stories (Canada), Raw Storytelling (United States), The Storytellers Club (Canada), Awkward Teenage Years (United States), Unreeling (United States), and Spark (United Kingdom).

To learn more about the festival please visit:

Logo design by: Sally Cooper Lunn

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