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    Due to personal issues we have to cancel our screening of  Move On: The Movie that was going to take place this Friday night here in Austin, TX. If you have already purchased a ticket we will be sending you an email or you can send an email to aaron@lightscamerahelp.org. Sorry about this! If you […]

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    MoveOn: The Movie September 25th, 8:00pm Southwest Key Community Center Discussion September 25th, 10:00pm The Peacock Lounge If you didn’t make it in time, there is still hope, tickets are only $5. We will have complimentary snacks and beverages. The show starts at 8:00 with a discussion following the screening at The Peacock Lounge. MoveOn: […]

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    Some friends of mine got engaged yesterday. They sent me a picture of the special moment and it turns out she was wearing her Lights. Camera. Help. t-shirt. We are proud to be a part of this very special moment. CONGRATULATIONS Tom and Sandra! Would you like a t-shirt? We will print more if there […]

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    MoveOn: The Movie September 25th, 8:00pm Southwest Key Community Center Discussion September 25th, 10:00pm The Peacock Lounge The first 10 people to get their tickets to this screening will get theirs FREE!. Just RSVP at Brave New Theaters. If you didn’t make it in time, there is still hope, tickets are only $5. We will […]

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    Now that things with Lights. Camera. Help. have calmed down just a little, we are working on building our organization. In addition to creating programs and collaborations, we’re constructing a stronger community. We now have more ways for you to get the news you’d like about Lights. Camera. Help. the way you’d like to receive […]

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    One of the core goals of Lights. Camera. Help. is to encourage the use of film by nonprofits and spread the word of nonprofit films to wider audiences. You can help us by voting for our panel at SXSW this year: Reel To Reality: How good film does good. Questions: 1. What makes a good […]

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    Thanks to all of your generous donations, Lights. Camera. Help. is pleased to announce that we will be giving $1,000 to the Art from the Streets program. This is the result of all of the proceeds from the festival, as well as several donations received after we announced the winner. We are really pleased that […]

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    Local program takes first place over 140 international, national and local submissions Social Media Release Lights. Camera. Help. is a new non-profit devoted to encouraging non-profit and cause-driven organizations to use film and video to spread their messages. The first film festival of non-profit and cause-drive films was July 31st – August 2nd. Judges selected […]

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    At last night’s wrap party, we announced “Art from the Streets” as the winning film for the festival. Art from the Streets is a program that allows homeless people to create art throughout the year and then have a proper gallery showing to sell them at the end of the year. The audience reception to […]

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    Thank you to everyone who came out and watched some great non-profit films at Southwest Key last night. We laughed, we cried and had great conversation. Tonight you can join us at UT’s Calhoun Hall at 7:00 pm. Don’t forget to get your tickets ahead of time. Oh, and PLEASE join us for the Wrap […]

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