|Act Locally Think Globally |
Santoshi Nepal | Local/Global Partnerships | 05:17 | In 1st place
An experimental film that explores global warming and climate change from a local perspective.
|Rising to the Top |
Ana Cetina | Local/Global Partnerships | 05:11 | In 2nd place
The Sarakasi Trust is a non-profit organization founded by Marion and Rudy Van Dijck in Nairobi, Kenya. It aims to improve the lives of impoverished people through arts and culture by supporting local dancers and acrobats. "Rising to the Top" tells the story of two of the many artists that have advanced their lives by being a part of this organization.
Miyoba K. Chizyuka (Peter) | Local/Global Partnerships | 04:53 | In 3rd place
In an effort to give back to theire community, Vocal MotionSix (VMSIX) created a platform "Living Positive using their "Music with a message" to inspire the youth to make the good choices as a preventative too in fight aginst the HIV/AIDS pendemic in Namibia. Nothing will hold back until there's change, it begins with all of us with one step at a time. Living positive is our goal if we talk about ... More
|Tap In - Pure Water for the World, Haiti|
John Fitzgerald | Local/Global Partnerships | 05:12 | In 4th place
This film chronicles a partnership between a North American NGO in Vermont and hundreds of small communities in Haiti, and other countries in the developing World. Inspired by some enthusiastic support from Hand in Hand Ministries, a charity in Louisville, KY, the film attempts to show how Pure Water for the World in Haiti motivates community leaders to establish a need and a culture of clean, saf. ... More
Cara Jones | Local/Global Partnerships | 05:10 | In 5th place
Mama Hope, a San Francisco based non-profit organization, partners with communities in Kenya and Tanzania to meet fundamental needs for food, water, education and health care. This film profiles the organization's work as well as one woman's journey to it after the loss of her mother.
|Metro Cable of San Agustín|
Alfredo Brillembourg | Local/Global Partnerships | 05:12 | In 6th place
Documents a new and revolutionary approach to urban planning. The cable car system, which is integrated with the Metro System of Caracas, is 2.1 km in length and employs gondolas holding 8 passengers each. Metro Cable’s capacity allows for the movement of 1,200 people per hour in each direction.
|Let's Talk About It|
Janie Hayes | Local/Global Partnerships | 03:58 | In 7th place
Dirty drinking water, poor sanitation, and rotavirus infection can lead to diarrhea, which is the second leading killer of children around the world. If we talk about diarrhea, we can defeat it. Learn how you can help! Watch the video and visit www.defeatdd.org for more information.
|Bound by Haiti|
Roman Safiullin | Local/Global Partnerships | 04:57 | In 8th place
Almost eighty percent of the Haitian people are infected by intestinal worms, eating their nutritional intake and contributing to widespread hunger and starvation. At only two cents per pill, the medication provides the Haitian people with the energy needed to solve problems in their own country. Aaron Jackson and John Dieubon, a young American and Haitian, work together to solve this devastating . ... More
|Confronting the Other|
Spencer Stoner | Local/Global Partnerships | 05:10 | Tied for 9th place
Three American visitors to El Salvador challenge their expectations for the trip, and for themselves.
|Bee Business: Women Beekeepers in Afghanistan|
Paula Lerner | Local/Global Partnerships | 05:12 | Tied for 9th place
Zainularab Miri had the courage to start a honey-making business in Afghanistan under the Taliban at a time when doing so meant putting her life at risk. Despite the danger, she persevered and clandestinely built her business. After the fall of the Taliban, she came out of hiding to teach other women the skills she had learned as a beekeeper. In 2006 she took part in Project Artemis, a unique b. ... More