We work with organizations ranging from higher education, K-12, nonprofit, government organizations, and corporations to create awareness, spark debate, and inspire change. The growing preference for visual learning is our opportunity, and we strive to support media literacy and the use of documentary storytelling as a part of educational programs.
By collecting and analyzing the data from an early stage of outreach we are able to both identify and enhance patterns of usage, impacting the conversion rate and creating a long tail for the film. We achieve shorter adoption rates and support films turning into evergreen titles.
Now in its third year, we've reached thousands of educators nationwide, crossing over a million viewing minutes with free access and an accompanying lesson plan to coincide with the groundbreaking series about equity and inclusion in high schools.
Our impact campaign continues to change how police respond to mental health calls, exposing over 45,000 plus law enforcement officers around the United States.
In partnership with the News Literacy Project, we're providing free access to their 50,000 educators network to a film-centric course demonstrating the survival of equitable and sustainable communities and a functioning democracy.
Watch Sundance Film Festival Director Tabitha Jackson, Nobel Prize Winner Jennifer Doudna, Founder of Partners In Health Paul Farmer, and Emmy-Award Winner Matthew Heineman discuss crucial films from some of our recent events:
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