Why It Works
Films and TV shows have the power to move us emotionally. These stories prime audiences to engage.
We connect TV/film dealing with important issues to nonprofits working to spark social change.
RT @Refinery29: It was only through changing — or regenerating! — that Doctor Who could persist with such success over the decades. https:/…
On the blog: How #HandmaidsTale protests got started, and how they draw attn to lawmakers restricting #womensrights… https://t.co/fvzELarLXm
RT @Colorlines: Bay Area Gentrification, Global Warming and Community Justice Collide in the Hilarious Trailer for 'The North Pole'
The follow-up to “An Inconvenient Truth” shows the escalation of the climate change crisis and how close we are to a solution.
The documentary short tells the story of a friendship between a 93-year-old Holocaust survivor and a Bronx 14-year-old schoolgirl, brought together by a violin he acquired at a displaced person’s camp in postwar Germany.
Stories are a special point of entry into the real social and environmental issues affecting our world. Nonprofit organizations focused on these issues want to connect with people and inspire them the way storytellers do. In the process, they can introduce more people to your content, too.