We believe in the power of stories to create positive change
Stories are the center of what we do. By telling compelling stories, we can provide the insight and information people need to move to action.
Our films, projects, and campaigns are designed to spark honest dialogue that engages new audiences.
We are optimistic and hopeful, always looking for ways we can create positive change for the problems we face.
We’re passionate about transforming social and environmental issues into relatable stories, films, and campaigns that inspire positive change. We get involved where there’s a pressing need for awareness and hope, and where public engagement and the right timing can make all the difference. We approach each project as an opportunity to learn and listen, then find the storylines and storytellers that will help change the game. From there, we design engagement campaigns for the films we produce so that awareness can truly be the spark that moves people to act. At every step of our process, we collaborate with artists, activists, business leaders, and philanthropists. At the end of it, our hope is that we empower people to take part in doing something greater than us all.
Founded in 2005 by Robert Redford and his children, the Redford Center is led by filmmaker and board chair Jamie Redford. Under Jamie’s leadership, the Redford Center harnesses the power of film, video, and new media to increase public engagement on frontline issues and support like minded community efforts. By distributing storytelling tools and creatively developing education platforms and action campaigns, the Redford Center inspires meaningful progress on the issues at hand.
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- Watershed Movie - Watershed movie website
- Raise the River - Raise the River campaign website
- Fighting Goliath Movie - Fighting Goliath movie website