2011'S ARCHIVE

  •   Saint Louise House empowers women with children to overcome homelessness in Central Texas. They believe in the intrinsic worth of every person. They strive to keep families together. This film tells the story of the Saint Louise House, and relates through its residents how they help the community. Filming locations: Texas Running time: 5:10   […]

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  •   The video informs viewer why Colin’s Hope exists and gives viewers facts about drowning. The video also gives viewers tips to help prevent childhood drownings and asks viewers to take the Colin’s Hope, Water Guardian Pledge.   Filming locations: Various location around Austin, Texas Running time: 3:38 Director: Rob Cunningham    

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  • Winner: Best PSA 2011 Benefiting: Ronald McDonald House Charities Meet the Digits, an ordinary family enjoying an ordinary summer until Lucy surprised everybody by falling from her favorite tree, which landed her in an Austin hospital. The Digits didn’t live close enough to drive there every day, but they needed to be with Lucy while […]

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  • A woman sits down for a picnic at the beach in a hyper surrealist world where the water is so polluted that it is completely made of plastic grocery store bags. The woman carelessly allows her own plastic bag to blow into the tide, adding to the growing pollution. Later, the woman plays and enjoys […]

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  • A Thousand Suns’ tells the story of the Gamo Highlands of the African Rift Valley and the unique worldview held by the people of the region. This isolated area has remained remarkably intact both biologically and culturally. Shot in Ethiopia, New York and Kenya, the film explores two interrelated threats to the Gamo Highlands: 1) […]

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  • Berenice Celeyta has received numerous death threats. She is Colombian and a Human Rights Advocates. The longest social armed conflict continues to wage on in her country. Nonetheless, she never gives up hope. Berenice Celeyta ha recibido numerosas amenazas de muerte. Es colombiana y defensora de Derechos Humanos. En su país persiste el conflicto social […]

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  • Produced by Award winning documentary film maker, Jeff Dupre and Show of Force, this powerful film, 50 YEARS – AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL captures 50 years of the organization’s work, and challenges us to continue to change the world together by advancing human rights for all. www.amnestyusa.org Running time: 16:20 Credits   Director: Jeff Dupre Producer: Jeff Dupre/Amy […]

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  • This film showcases the tippy tap – a small solution to a big problem. In India, 1000 children die from diarrhea daily. Almost half of these lives can be saved by hand washing with soap. A low tech, inexpensive device the tippy tap is a hands-free way to wash hands. Using up-cycled materials the tippy […]

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  • The Shine a Light video has been specially made for Amnesty International’s 50th anniversary. The Betterment Bureau division of New York based LoyalKaspar has done some outstanding pro bono work. The video gives a unique look and feel of how people’s words and actions make a difference around the world. It addresses serious Human Rights […]

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  • The Bayaka are an African Pygmy tribe. They were one of the last hunter-gatherer societies in the world until the logging industry pushed them out of the forest. Now, they’re learning to live on the outskirts of villages, where they face rejection and abuse by locals who see them as animals who belong in the […]

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