KQED’s Forum: ‘Corner Store’

| September 20, 2011 | 0 Comments
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Yousef Elhaj in his shop. Courtesy: TheCornerDocumentary.org

Yousef Elhaj in his shop. Courtesy: TheCornerDocumentary.org

Like many corner stores, Yousef Elhaj’s San Francisco shop is the nucleus of the neighborhood. The documentary “Corner Store” — produced and directed by one of Elhaj’s customers — follows the Palestinian immigrant’s efforts to make a success of his small business as he tries to reunite with his wife and children.

Original Broadcast: Tue, Sep 20, 2011 — 10:00 AM

Corner Store: Offical Trailer – 2010 from CornerStoreDoc.

    Host: Michael Krasny

    Guests:

  • Yousef Elhaj, shop owner and subject of “Corner Store”
  • Katherine Bruens, director of “Corner Store”

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About “Corner Store”: TheCornerDocumentary.org

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