1. Documenters الموثقون

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    from faisal attrache Added 85.2K 108 0

    Those at the front lines are the first witnesses to history and the vanguards of the “truth”— but is it enough just to see? Syrian civilian journalists risk their lives to tell their stories to the world. Cast: Jay Abdo, Ned Yousef, Ryan P. Shrime, Saher Alkhattib Written and Directed by Faisal Attrache Music: "#SYRIA" by Omar Offendum, produced by Sami Matar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXjEWrhkb6g Official Selection Palm Springs International Shortfest Official Selection San Francisco IndieFest Official Selection Chicago International Social Change Film Festival Special Program - International Short Film Week Regensburg, Germany "An Evening of Social Change Films" USC School of Cinematic Arts Reporters Without Borders - Country profile on Syria - http://en.rsf.org/syria.html Amnesty International - Country profile on Syria - https://www.amnesty.org/en/countries/middle-east-and-north-africa/syria/

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    • The Freedom Project

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      from Chris Loope Added 7,206 104 29

      “An injustice anywhere is an injustice everywhere.” This is the latest piece Rock Films has put out. Miles McPherson is doing a series at sdrock.com about being free and what to do with your freedom. Director, Color Grade, After Effects, and Writer: Christopher Loope DP: Christopher Francis Editor / Co-Writer: David Schulz Producer: Nicole Franco Cinema 4D: Chris Hylton My blog: www.chrisloope.tumblr.com My website: www.christopherloope.com check out more of our work at: vimeo.com/rockfilms

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      • Pray for Hope 12.12

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        from Pray for Hope Added 6,171 83 0

        Pray for Hope's mission is to educate, empower and mobilize millions to pray on behalf of the poor and the suffering. 12.12 is a day to ask God to raise up workers, full of His love and power, to serve those in poverty. Please use this video to spread the word on 12.12, the Global Day of Prayer for the poor and suffering. Join the movement at http://www.prayforhope.com Credits: Artwork, 3D Animation and Editing: Barton Damer http://www.alreadybeenchewed.net Music Score and Voiceover: Matt Stanfield http://mattstanfield.com Creative Direction: Lee Steffen http://penguincreative.com Concept: Tom Lofton, Lee Steffen Script: Tom Lofton, Lee Steffen, R.C. Richmond Icons and Logo development: Matt Lehman http://mattlehmanstudio.com

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        • Livingstone, Zambia

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          from Ryan Humm Added 7,233 78 10

          Livingstone, Zambia, is home to one of the most beautiful views in the world, Victoria Falls. It's contrasted with devastating darkness and oppression, completely strong-held by HIV, poverty and prostitution. 1 in 3 are HIV Positive. Women must sell themselves to survive and feed their families. They are almost guaranteed to contract HIV and spread it to others. Poetice International is starting a new initiative to save the broken and oppressed in Livingstone. Produced by: Micah Kephart Filmed and edited by: Ryan Humm Music composed by: Tony Anderson, Unearthed Pictures Special Thanks to: Brother Tana [Local Livingstone Pastor] Collins [Location and interview coordinator] Sister Perpetua Mutonga [Kwenuha Women's Association] Shot with a Canon 60D, Canon 24-70 f/2.8, Canon 50 f/1.4 For more information about Poetice International: www.poetice.org

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          • SHIFT CHANGE - 2012 [preview]

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            from Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin Added 31.3K 74 6

            At a time when many are disillusioned with big banks and big business, the economic crisis and growing inequality in our country, employee ownership offers a real solution for workers and communities. Shift Change: is a new documentary that highlights worker-owned enterprises in North America and the remarkable Mondragon cooperatives in he Basque region of northern Spain. Broadcast nationwide on PBS in July of 2014. shiftchange.org bullfrogfilms.com

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            • Voice Of A Mountain

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              from Tyler Rumph Added 3,334 64 20

              http://www.facebook.com/voiceofamountain The film focuses on life after a 36 year war in Guatemala. We follow a coffee farming community, Santa Anita, consisting of ex-combatants who now harvest organic coffee. Members of the community share their story, from decades of fighting in a civil war to the new challenges of peacefully harvesting coffee and bananas. The film will include members of the community talking about the circumstances that led them to fight against their government and what they hoped the war would accomplish. We would also like to use this film as a teaching tool within Guatemala. More than half the population in Guatemala today is uninformed about the 36 year civil war. We have learned that people living in the rural parts of the country simply don't know their history. Plans are already in motion to host screenings of the film throughout these areas in their native Mayan languages. The Mayan population is the majority in Guatemala and their education is crucial to the continuing development of the country as a whole. Dir. Tyler Rumph Writer/ Producer: Matt Robinson and Michael Field

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              • Cries From The Bush Documentary

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                from Ryan Downer Added

                Documentary “Cries From The Bush” produced for Uganda Orphans Fund. Find out more at http://ugandaorphansfund.com/

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                • Changing Worlds

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                  from KiraboFoundation.org Added 2,987 63 20

                  http://www.kirabofoundation.org The Kirabo Foundation was unofficially founded in 2000 when Mindy Burgin spent three months in Jinja, Uganda, as a volunteer in a local orphanage. While there, she met Pastor Stephen Kudhongonia, who had been an orphan himself and dreamed of helping local orphans achieve an education. By the time Mindy returned home, she and a few family members were sponsoring seven students—a number that grew to 20 by 2004, when Mindy filed for non-profit status and Kirabo was born. Above is the story of Sebaduka Timothy, one of our very first students. Shot on a 5d and T2i. Music by http://www.vimeo.com/bromeliadmusic

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                  • Grounds For Change

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                    from little films Added 1,613 63 14

                    First and foremost, the coffee from Grounds For Change is amazing! And we think they're inspiring. Not only do they meticulously craft their product, they are also socially-minded at every turn. And besides that, they're just great folks. Shot with: Sony FS100 and Nikon D7000, Nikon and Zeiss primes - 16, 35, 50, 85, 105mm, LED kit, slider and 8' jib.

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                    • Pete Brook: Prison Photography on the Road

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                      from timmatsui.com Added 3,803 48 5

                      With an eye toward prison reform, writer and academic Pete Brook analyzes prison photography from behind his desk. After three years, he decided it was time to get out, on the road, and meet the people he'd written about. Especially the prisoners.

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