Citizens of Cambridge

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Citizens of Cambridge

Year: 2018
Producer: Kathilee Porter
Genre: Lifestyle

This docu-series offers a glimpse of the citizens who live in Cambridge. The artists, the game changers, the outcasts, the movers and shakers, the challenged, all have a story to tell.

Episodes

Episode 1: A Driving LIfe

For Sheri Roberts, her custom 1954 Dodge is more than a car.  It’s a symbol and a sanctuary. 

Episode 2: A Life of Caring

How Dr. Craig Albrecht has given back to those in need, both at home in Cambridge, and across the globe.

Episode 3: Kitchener - A Tenacious Life

How Marjorie Knight confronts the myth of what the working poor look like.

Episode 4: A Business LIfe

Helmi Ansari is a successful businessman who fell in love with Cambridge and is now building a new company that puts people ahead of profits.

Episode 5: A Piercing Life

Unsatisfied with the stock standard model, Daniel Thomas embarked on a journey to modify his body.

Episode 6: A Street Life

Self-described street urchin describes his inspiration and motivation to chronicle Cambridge through his art.

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