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Acting Together Trailer
"Acting Together on the World Stage" documentary film highlights courageous and creative artists and peacebuilders working in conflict zones. It features theatrical works and rituals that reach beneath people's defenses in respectful ways that support communities to configure new patterns of meaning and relationships.
Maggie's Story (Girl's Education And Female Circumcision)
A Masaai family abandons the harmful traditions of female circumcision and early marriage in favor of educating its girls.
Connected Movie Trailer
Connected illuminates the beauty and tragedy of human endeavor while boldly championing the importance of personal connectedness for understanding and coping with today's global conditions.
Interview With The Blue Ventures Project Coordinator
Interview with the Blue Ventures Project Coordinator.
Join acclaimed director Velcrow Ripper on a journey deep inside the global revolution of the heart that is erupting around the planet.
The Global Orphan Project
The Global Orphan Project is giving the more than 140 Million orphaned and abandoned kids the care they need by creating sustainable orphan villages.
Blood In The Mobile Trailer
Blood in the Mobile
shows the connection between our phones and the civil war in the Congo.
St. Francis Trailer,
St. Francis Trailer, Trailer for our feature documentary "Dear Francis". More info at dearfrancis.org
Positive Footprints, India
Follows a group of travelers as they travel to Jambha, a village deep in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan to help restore a local school.
Community health workers and a young couple discuss family planning.
Light The Streets
Since 2001, the faith based organization has served thousands of children and families through child sponsorship, education, vocational training and spiritual nurturing. In 2004, our feeding program was established for the estimated seven thousand street children who live in Kigali.
"Africa New Life already had many children that we were sponsoring to go back to school, but these kids were different. I realized that if someone didn't reach out to these kids soon, there was the potential that much of the progress we were making as a nation might be destroyed by these boys as they became men. Men who had learned, through no fault of their own, that no one loved them, no one cared for them and that the only way to survive was to become criminals.
Years Of Living Dangerously
Climate change is real, and it’s gonna get worse.