Documentaries Can Change the World

We engage audiences who can make a difference.

Our Goals

Reimagine health care. Advance social justice. Protect the environment.
Promote sustainability. Reduce recidivism. Enhance education.

What We Do

  • We are singularly focused on inspiring social change
  • Our currency: Documentaries. Documentaries that tell a story. Documentaries that make a difference.
  • Our calling card: Impact campaigns. Campaigns that raise awareness among key constituencies.
  • Our partners: Strategic co-distribution alliances that expand impact in the educational and consumer markets.

Featured Projects

Moving Through Cancer underscores the fact that exercise is medicine in cancer. More than 15,000 studies have proved that fact, but only 20% of all patients are told exercise can aid recovery and prevent recurrence. Created by the Fund in collaboration with the American College of Sports Medicine, this 20-minute film highlights inspirational exercise programs that are in place both domestically and abroad. Our goal is to distribute the film free of charge to everyone who has been touched by cancer.

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The Fund worked with Elizabeth Bonker and her family to create her nonprofit organization whose mission is to ensure that all nonspeakers with autism have access to communication and education. Her valedictory speech went viral and is considered one of the most impactful speeches of its kind.

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Campaign Highlights

  • Moving Through Cancer, original Fund-produced film, made its debut on February 4, 2024, World Cancer Day, which marked the launch of a worldwide distribution campaign to reach cancer patients on a global level and inspire them to exercise. Since its launch the project has had nearly 500 media pickups with a potential audience in the millions. The film is also provided to all network partners of the Cancer Support Community. CSC is a global non-profit network of 190 locations, including Gilda’s Club centers, hospital and clinic partnerships, and satellite locations that deliver more than $50 million in free support and navigation services to patients and families.
  • In Our Own Hands: The Fund called on Bullfrog Films to release this film and it has received numerous accolades within the educational and medical worlds.
  • Communication 4 ALL: successful launch of website and social media campaign along with Elizabeth Bonker’s valedictory address resulted in millions of views on YouTube.
  • The Third Harmony: The Fund assisted in the successful launch of this project at the Illuminate Film Festival in 2021 and subsequent release on Bullfrog Films. Since then it has been an “Official Selection ” by the: Africa Human Rights Festival, the United Nations Association Film Festival and the Global Peace Film Festival. Its online premiere was hosted by the Gandhi Research Foundation.
  • 16 Bars: 20 community screenings; over 20 nonprofit partners; 15 theatrical screenings in 10 major US cities; first-ever national Virtual Screening, Q&A and Community Engagement Workshop.
  • Phil’s Camino: 5 fast-start Covid19-response virtual screenings for cancer patient support and advocacy partners; over a hundred community screenings; 10 “influencer” partners; Legacy Film Festival Opening Night.
  • Straws: Youth Impact Campaign – 65,000 student viewers in 200 classrooms; 20 screenings at 2018 EarthX Foundation. Converted California’s third largest tourist attraction—Pier 39, 12 million annual visitors—from plastic to paper straws.

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Inspiring change through media and engagement.