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  • Posted In 2012

      Short Film   The unauthorized immigrant population in the United States has tripled from 3.5 million people in 1990 to more than 11 million in 2010. Stepped-up patrols along the border with Mexico – the source of 60 percent of unauthorized immigrants – has had little impact. Why? Border enforcement does not address one […]

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    Public Service Announcement   Glimpsing into The Happy Kitchen/La Cocina Alegre™ (THK), a project of SFC, a nationally recognized cooking and nutrition education program that nurtures skills in food selection and preparation to prevent diet-related disease, such as diabetes and obesity. The Happy Kitchen/La Cocina Alegre™ serves individuals and families empowering them to shop for […]

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    Public Service Announcement   This PSA from the Dave Thomas Foundation was the winner of the Techsoup Digital Storytelling Challenge, powered by Lights. Camera. Help.  The competition urge nonprofits to submit their stories or under a minute in length.  This film aims to dispel the myth that all kind in foster care are “bad kids.” […]

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      From Chicago to Springfield, Peoria to Champaign, our 16 plaintiff couples and their children are leading the fight for marriage in Illinois. We are fighting for marriage for same-sex couples in Illinois because only marriage can express the depth and meaning of the lifetime commitment that these lesbian and gay couples have made to […]

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    Short Film   Winner of the 2012 Lights. Camera. Help. Reel Change Film Frenzy, A Unique Look at Austin Bat Cave, dives into the life of a student in the program Austin Bat Cave.  The film shows us how teenagers can find their voice and project that voice through art and music. Benefiting: Austin Bat […]

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    Short Film   A film by Lights. Camera. Help.’s 2012 keynote address speaker, Turk Pipkin, Let There Be Sight tells the incredibly hopeful story of The Nobelity Project’s partnership with The Seva Foundation, an eyesight surgical camp in Nepal.Benefiting: Nobelity Project   This film is still in production and the site will be updated upon […]

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    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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