Monthly Archives: August 2012

  • 76 Minutes   When Kelsey Carroll entered high school, she was a more likely candidate for the juvenile justice system than graduation.  Diagnosed with ADHD and carrying the emotional scars of homelessness and substance abuse, as well as the actual scars of repeated self-mutilation, Kelsey was volatile, disruptive and, by her own admission, “not a […]

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  •   Short Film   Stroke is a brain attack and it can happen to anybody at anytime. After stroke, people lose their speech, language and cognitive skills. This film highlights the recovery challenges of stroke survivors and the great work Austin Speech Labs does to help them succeed. While watching you will understand struggle of […]

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  • Short Film   Grow.Share.Prepare. is a short film about the Sustainable Food Center in Austin, Texas. The film was produced as part of the Lights.Camera.Help. 2012 Film Frenzy, a 48-hour nonprofit film competition, in January 2012. Benefiting: Sustainable Food Center   CreditsDirector – Max BenitezProducer – Kristin BenitezProduction Company – Reader FilmsCinematographer – Clark Lee […]

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  •   Public Service Announcement   This film promotes NTEN the membership organization of nonprofit professionals who put technology to use for their causes. NTEN helps you do your job better, so you can make the world a better place.Benefiting: NTEN   CreditsDirector – Cam HaydukProducer – Kat Kelly HaydukProduction Company – Turtlebox ProductionsCinematographer – Cam […]

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  •   Public Service Announcement   Iram had been married to his high school sweetheart for nine years and had a daughter who was about to turn four at the time of his cancer diagnosis. He thought he could protect his family by not talking about it.  Shortly after his brain surgery his wife filed for […]

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  •   Short Film   In Kenya’s Western Province, most drinking water is contaminated. The wood many Kenyans use to boil this water to make it safe is increasingly valuable. Women and girls, who bear the responsibility for finding water and fuel, often miss school or work while seeking both fuel and water. Some even encounter […]

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  •   Short Film   Follow the epic battle for our nation’s forests when the Legion of Bugs fights the Super Rangers. Forest pests and pathogens band together to attack trees, while Forest rangers battle to protect them. In the process, we learn that we shouldn’t move firewood, to prevent pests and pathogens from hitch hiking […]

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  • Public Service Announcement     The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy and the Ad Council launched a groundbreaking first-ever national public service campaign designed to reduce the rates of unplanned pregnancy among unmarried young adults in the U.S.  It directs sexually active women ages 18-24 to Bedsider.org, a new comprehensive online and […]

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  • Photo by Liborio Noval December 22,1961   33 minutes   “Maestra” explores the stories of eight women who taught on the 1961 Cuban Literacy Campaign as teenagers. Through current-day interviews, we look at how this experience changed their idea about what it was to live as women in Castro’s Cuba.   In 1960, Cuba made […]

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  • 30 Minutes   A magical story between a documentary and a fictional plot that take us to Villamayor de Campos in Zamora (Spain) where many neighbours are affected by Cancer, caused by an energy tower.   Credits Director – Noel Gálvez Production Company – Blue Sheep Films Screenwriter – Noel Gálvez Cinematographer – Luis Ángel […]

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