Our Work

  • We’re building a coalition of 10 filmmaking teams who know how to work with nonprofit organizations to tell their story the right way. Filmmakers in the Reel Change Film Frenzy agree to do the following: Keep all films to less than ten minutes in length. Help to review nonprofit applications and select organizations that both need films […]

  • [NONPROFIT APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED.  ORGANIZATIONS WILL BE NOTIFIED OF THEIR ACCEPTANCE ON NOVEMBER 15TH] Lights. Camera. Help. is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to encouraging other nonprofit and cause driven organizations to use film and video to tell their stories. One of our most important programs is the Reel Change Film Frenzy which supports […]

  • Come meet the winners of the 2013 Lights. Camera. Help. Cause-Driven Film Festival.  It starts immediately after our closing night screening. Date: August 17, 2013 Time: 6:30pm – 10:00pm Location: Link Coworking Free food and drink included with your festival ticket! Purchase tickets and badges now. Live music by Korobushka (Feat. Members of WinoVino) 2012 […]

  • The Austin Children’s Shelter protects and heals children, young adults and families in need. We believe that every child and young adult in our community deserves to feel safe and to receive nurturing care in order to grow into happy, responsible and fulfilled adults. ACS provides a safe home and supportive services for children, youth […]

  • Mama Hope is a non-profit that focuses on community development projects in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Ghana. We started this video series so people could begin to reimagine Africa.  It is only when people are no longer seen through the stereotypes of poverty that we can begin to see we are not so different from […]

  • Sacred Heart Community Clinic is a free, nonprofit, volunteer-staffed clinic. Our mission is to take care of those in our own neighborhood who have no health insurance and cannot afford to visit the doctor. Approximately 21% of the Williamson and Travis County population is uninsured, as evidenced by local hospitals experiencing a continuing increase in […]

  • During a time of coffee prohibition in the town of Sleepy Creek, the “Bad Brew Crew” will do just about anything to get a cup of joe. The crew is led by the determined “Sarsaparilla Kid,” who has never even tasted a drop of coffee. Together they plot to kidnap the town’s sweetheart, Penelope, to […]

  • Keeping people independent and in their homes, and providing support to their caregivers are important components of United Way’s goal to maximize independence for seniors and people with disabilities. Meet Margaret and her family, who are receiving support and caregiver services through FamilyMeans, a Greater Twin Cities United Way partner agency. This video is one […]

  • Abaynesh was born with severe knock knees. Embarrassed by her disability, she hid in her home and suffered severe mistreatment by those around her. After her life-changing surgery in November 2010, Abaynesh now walks confidently to the public market. More than 100 million physically disabled children in the developing world can be cured through surgery. […]

  • Empire State Plaza in Albany is set abuzz in April 2012 when sex workers and their allies visit more than 40 legislators to bring attention to the impact of the use of condoms as evidence by police and the courts, and to advocate for a law to end this practice. This short reveals what happens […]

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