Monthly Archives: July 2011

  • The festival is over, but the giving and creativity of the next year begins! After showing the best films for nonprofits and causes on the silver screen, our judges have selected the winners for this year’s festival. Every year we give the proceeds of the film to the causes behind the films being made.  This […]

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  • guest post by Isabella V Woof. Mew. Squawk. We are all familiar with these pet sounds, but we don’t always know what they mean. This Thursday, July 28, on opening night of the film festival, the 1-minute and 34-second short “Adopt Julian” offers unmistakable meows of laughter. Directed by Jonathan Sizemore, for the Best Friends […]

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  • 3pm – 6pm (Buy Tickets – proceeds go to winning nonprofits) The RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service Free parking in lot on Red River. Lot #39 on this map. Wrap party immediately after the screening! 6:30-10:00 Cuatros On Coal RiverCoal River Valley, West Virginia is a community surrounded by lush mountains and a looming […]

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  •   7pm – 10pm (Buy Tickets – proceeds go to winning nonprofits) The Spirit of Texas Theater at the Bob Bullock MuseumFree parking in attached garage Urban RootsUrban Roots is the powerful story of the rise of the urban farming movement in post industrial Detroit. The diverse citizens of Detroit have come together to create […]

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  • 7pm – 10pm (Buy Tickets – proceeds go to winning nonprofits) The RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service Free parking in lot off Red River. Lot #39 on this map. Paradise Recovered Shot entirely on location in Southern Indiana and Austin, Texas, Paradise Recovered attempts a modern-day retelling of the parable of the Good Samaritan […]

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  • Each year many filmmakers from the Austin area submit to support the city’s homegrown festival for nonprofits.  These are the films that were filmed in the Austin area, or have nonprofits active in Austin.  We invite the local community to come learn more about the good work being done by your neighbors.   Thursday July […]

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  • Kids. Community. Hip-hop. The third day of The Lights. Camera. Help. Film Festival features an inspirational documentary detailing the growth of The Cipher in Austin. The Cipher was founded in 2007 and as a project that focuses on bringing youth together through music, poetry and activism. It ranges from young kids to young adults, males […]

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  •   Hey All! The LCH team had a great time putting our video thought leadership hat on with the TechSoup folks this week. We partnered up with a bunch of other industry nonprofit and for profit leaders to do a Live Chat and Video show about how nonprofits are using video to SHOW their mission. […]

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  • Image from 300 Years of Fossil Fuels in 300 Seconds   Is ecology and the environment your cause?  We have short films and feature length films focusing on work being done around the world to make sure we have a healthy world to live in now and the future.   Thursday July 28, 2011 The Bay […]

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