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  • Posted In 2012

    Short Film   In a time of violence in Sri Lanka, this film looks into the lives of two women, living in a monastery.  The nun and the servant girl move in their daily lives to reconcile their past and redirect their future.  Beautiful imagery of Sri Lanka and sparse but poignant dialogue combine to […]

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        Public Service Announcement   Although hopelessly outnumbered by the invasive species Bastard Cabbage, Texas wildflowers assemble their combined strength to battle against the choking monoculture invading their ecosystem.  The loyal heroics of Texas Bluebonnet, the hulking presence of Bitterweed, and the lighting power of Indian Paintbrush bring their native plant diversity together in […]

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      Short Film   The story of Ugandan woman, Lillian Akwero, who was abducted at age eight, forced to be a child soldier for the LRA, impregnated by rebel leader Joseph Kony, and later escaped; only to live in an Internally Displaced Persons camp in Gulu.  While there she shared a small hut with her […]

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    Public Service Announcement   This 60-second PSA introduces an adopted puppy mill dog, Will, details his list of medical issues, and calls for people to seek other methods of adopting a dog than pet stores and the Internet. Benefiting: Canine Rescue     Showing Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at 7:00 PM followed by the features at […]

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    Short Film   Ever wondered how someone finds themselves homeless?  What turn of events must have happened? Most often we discard the notion that it could ever happen to us. In this short documentary we learn about a woman named Betty and how she went from having the life of “every girl’s dream” to sitting […]

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    Short Film   Filmed at The Mockingbird Society’s Youth Advocacy Day on February 18, 2011, this video features exceptional teenagers from the Mockingbird Youth Network. Deonate Cruz, Amanda Bevington, and Chris Bauer share their stories and how they are helping to build a world-class foster care system through effective advocacy efforts. Benefitting: Mockingbird Youth Network   […]

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  • For group or individual volunteer opportunities, please email our Volunteer Coordinator at volunteer@lightscamerahelp.org or call (918) 361-7061. Whether you’re a nonprofit, small business, corporate entity, college course, Meetup, or individual looking to help out, we’d love to chat. Volunteer with Lights. Camera. Help. What does it mean to be a Lights. Camera. Help. volunteer? If […]

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    Here at Lights. Camera. Help. (LCH) we enjoy educating members of nonprofit organizations all over through our education programs. We teach the basics of videography and how to apply those skills to benefit the needs of individual organizations. On July 13, 2012 Director of Education and Communications at LCH, Aaron Bramley spent the day at […]

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    Interested in making films, but always wondering what kind to make? In an article from Videomaker.com titled, “Charity Video,” they helped answer this question and more. Considering the amount of charities located nationwide and internationally there is always an event or cause to promote, so why not choose to do it through video? There are […]

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