1. Love146 is an international human rights organizations working to end child trafficking and exploitation. Join us and donate at: love146.org/give

    This film would have been impossible without the generous support of so many:

    Directors: Anders Lindwall & Ricky Staub // neighborhoodfilmcompany.com
    Producer: Kris Barton
    Writer: Ricky Staub
    Director of Photography: Jeremy "Jet" McDaniel
    Editor: Anders Lindwall
    Asst. Editor: Luke Ciarrocchi
    Production Designer: Claire Boustred // cargocollective.com/theclairebear
    Production Designer: Lucy Butler // lucybutler.co.uk
    Stylist: Deborah Artaza // deborahartaza.com
    Assistant Stylist: Ludmila Artaza
    Assistant Stylist: Laura Galindo
    Assistant Stylist: Sophi Reaptress // sophireaptress.bigcartel.com
    Key Gaffer: Nicholas Reader // expresswaygrip.com
    Key Grip: Zac Rubino
    Jib Operator: Abad Rosa // gatocrane.com
    Assistant Jib Operator: Mia Johnson
    Set Construction: Paul Williams
    Production Assistants: Samuel Broscoe, Bravette A. Fleet, Vince Sangmeister
    Flower Team: Stephen Dahmer, Carolyn Larrivee, Kevin Kindle, Katie Roach, Ian Shankster
    Composer: Kevin Matley // kevinmatley.com
    Ending Song: "Bad Blood" by Sleeping At Last // sleepingatlast.com
    Sound Design: Explosion Robinson // explosionrobinson
    Sound Mix: Sam Stewart // deadsound.com
    3D Design/Special FX- Benji Newell // rippleview.com/
    Colorist: Jake Blackstone // jake-blackstone.com
    TV Animation: Michael Heneghan // michaelpheneghan.com
    Casting: House // houseprod.com
    Accounting: Rachel Courtney
    Number 146: Elly Han // ellypiehan.com
    Male Voiceover: Rob Morris
    Female Voiceover: Claire Boustred
    Girls: Linda Chen, Laura Galindo, Rebeca Ion, Sophi Reaptress
    Men: Samuel Broscoe, John Quiles, Daniel Walser, Brian Yan
    Special Thanks To:
    Expressway Grip // expresswaygrip.com
    AbelCine // abelcine.com

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  2. We had the pleasure to work with Girl Hub / Girl Effect once again. 'Smart Economics' tells the story of 5 girls in Ethiopia, the challenges they face and their potential to contribute to society.

    From Girl Hub:
    If every Ethiopian girl completed secondary school it would add $4 billion USD to their country’s economy over the course of their lifetime.

    The stories in the film are based on data and evidence analysed in GHE’s Girls and Income Growth in Ethiopia study that aims to provide decision makers with options for investing in girls.

    Learn more here: girlhub.girleffect.org/ethiopia/smart-economics/

    Production Company: Nottoscale
    EP- Dan O'Rourke
    Producers: Sarah Butterworth, Kelly Ford

    Directed by Matt Smithson
    Design: Matt Smithson, Jimmy Simpson
    Animation: Matt Smithson, Jimmy Simpson
    Character Animation: Arthur Metcalf
    Additional Animation: Katie Smithson
    Script Development: Tom McConville

    Music: Josh Smoak - Eastward / Sunday Ent. sundayent.com/


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  3. Stop Telling Women to Smile is an art series by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh. The work attempts to address gender based street harassment by placing drawn portraits of women, composed with captions that speak directly to offenders, outside in public spaces.


    New York Times Article

    Huffington Post Article

    Gothamist Article

    Stop Telling Women To Smile Website

    Shot and Edited by Dean Peterson
    Color Correction by Jenny Montgomery

    Sounds of Me (Malt.Tabulated Sounds) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

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  4. How should we adapt and change in the face of unprecedented disruption to the world of work? It is tempting to dismiss disruption as yet another business fad. But nothing could be more wrong.

    Disruption is driven by a host of forces - from the digital revolution to the rise of Asia to financial innovation - and it is only going to speed up. Disruption is going to grip new industries such as education and healthcare. It is going to shake up hitherto protected guilds such as lawyers and management consultants. It is going to reshape politics as large numbers of people are unsettled by change and barriers to entry into politics fall. These changes are simultaneously utopian and dystopian, confounding both optimists and pessimists and presenting policy makers with extraordinary problems.

    The Economist’s management editor Adrian Wooldridge visits the RSA to examine how disruption will have an impact on the future of economics and work.

    Listen to the full podcast: thersa.org/discover/audio/2015/04/the-age-of-disruption/

    Follow the RSA on Twitter: twitter.com/thersaorg
    Like the RSA on Facebook: facebook.com/thersaorg

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  5. You are probably a bit of a blamer - most of us are. But why should we give it up? In this witty sequel to our most watched RSA Short, inspirational thinker Brené Brown considers why we blame others, how it sabotages our relationships, and why we desperately need to move beyond this toxic behaviour.

    Voice: Dr Brené Brown
    Animation: Katy Davis AKA Gobblynne gobblynne.com

    Watch the original talk here: youtube.com/watch?v=sXSjc-pbXk4

    Follow the RSA on Twitter: twitter.com/RSAEvents
    Like the RSA on Facebook: facebook.com/thersaorg

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