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  • The Lights. Camera. Help film festival is almost half way through the submission process. So, if you’re waiting to submit, don’t wait until the last minute!. Already, we’ve received a good diversity of films for the festival. The most recent film received was Prostition: Beyond the Myths. This is a 30-minute documentary examining new solutions […]

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  • Well we have started to get a couple of entries in and more importantly for right now we are getting the word out to all the non profits we know about our film festival. Just wanted t0 take a minute today to show you a couple of Blogs that have been nice enough to share […]

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  • Reel-to-Reality, the submissions opening party for Lights. Camera. Help., went off without a hitch last Thursday. Four nonprofit organizations shared their videos with us and we couldn’t be happier with what they decided to submit. Below are the videos we saw last at the event. Don’t wait, submit your video today! Best Friends Animal Sanctuary […]

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  • Hey All, As of tonight at midnight we have opened up the submissions process for the Lights. Camera. Help Film Festival. What that means is that you can now submit your films simply by filling out the form found on this page. So if you have a feature length film, short films, and public service […]

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  • Lights. Camera. Help. wants to make your reel a reality. Reel-to-Reality will officially open the submission process for Lights. Camera. Help., the premier film festival for non-profit and grassroots organizations. Several non-profits are already lined up to submit their films for judgement.  So far, the organizations that have promised submissions at Real-to-Reality are United Way, Capital […]

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  • News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 22, 2009 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Aaron Bramley aaron@lightscamerahelp.org http://twitter.com/AaronMSB (917) 678-4590 David J. Neff (512) 789-5672 Lights. Camera. Help. set for premiere: First film festival for nonprofits announces selections, event locations AUSTIN, Texas – Lights. Camera. Help., the first film festival for nonprofit and cause-driven organizations, has announced […]

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  • As a fellow Film Festival, we here at the Lights Camera Help Non Profit Film Festival want to know what you have been up to at SXSW? How is treating you? Are the shows too packed? Lines good? Volunteers friendly? Let us know so we can better plan our Film Festival. Leave your comments below […]

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  • Check out Aaron Bramley and David J. Neff talking about Lights. Camera. Help. at Spider House in Austin, Texas.  They explain why LCH was created and what we hope to accomplish through it. Not bad for an unscripted first take! Keep checking the blog for more updates.

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  • Thanks to the diligent work of, designer, Dieter von Schramm, Lights. Camera. Help. now has a fancy new graphic treatment (above). Using this logo and color scheme, our branding is complete and we are the best looking film festival around. Next we will create a very special WordPress theme that uses this visual identity. The […]

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  • Although email lists and email blasts are still a part of the Film Festival marketing mix we are trying something different. Since there are 175 Million people on Facebook (and growing) we created a Fan Page for our Film Festival to let people opt in and get information. And it’s not just one way. You […]

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