Walk Again Project Credits - AASDAP and Lente Viva Filmes
Dr. Nicolelis is also founder of the Walk Again Project, an international consortium of scientists and engineers, dedicated to the development of an exoskeleton device to assist severely paralyzed patients in regaining full body mobility.
ASTER & TSEGAYE Credits - Produced by: Speed School Fund / Directed by: Mo Scarpelli
To see a child flourish in school is the dream of many parents like Aster and Tsegaye. Determined to improve his future, they enrolled him in Speed School where he reached the standard that allowed him to join mainstream school.
Ebenezer Credits - Produced by: Marc Stein / Directed by: Lori Kallestad
Without words, "Ebenezer" vividly portrays the journey of an old broken-down wheelchair and the many hands that touch the chair as it is given a new purpose and is sent across the world to change the life of a young boy in Ghana.
I Want to Be an Astronaut [Trailer] Credits - Dir. David Ruck
A young man dreams of becoming an astronaut at a time when America currently has no vehicle capable of human space flight. A touching story about hard work, dedication, and the men and women that are working to continue America's efforts in space exploration.
Racing Extinction Trailer (2016) Credits - Dir. Louie Psihoyos
Spanning the globe to infiltrate the world’s most dangerous black markets and using high tech tactics to document the link between carbon emissions and species extinction, RACING EXTINCTION reveals stunning, never-before seen images that truly change the way we see the world.
Free the Children - WE Charity Credits - Free the Children
WE Charity carries the power of WE globally, empowering communities to lift themselves out of poverty through our holistic, sustainable international development model, Free The Children’s WE Villages.
The Adaptable Mind (11 mins) looks at the story of LA Art Professor Mary Beth Heffernen’s project with Ebola health care workers as a jumping off point to explore the skills we need to flourish in today’s world.
I Am Able Credits - Isaac and Jacob Seigel-Boettner
Painter. Cyclist. Inspiration. In 1998, Frederick Ndabaramiye lost his hands to the Interhamwe rebels. Now, he teaches people around the world that disability does not mean inability. This is his story.
Peace by Piece: The Story of Harry Davids Credits - Righteous Conversations Project Students
A group of teens use animation to illustrate the 70-year quest of a Child Survivor of the Holocaust as he pieces together his story of Nazi persecution, Dutch resistance, and emigration to South Africa.
SING FOR HOPE celebrates 10 years of ART FOR ALL! Credits - Sing For Hope
Since 2006, Sing for Hope’s arts outreach programs have brought hope and inspiration to thousands of individuals in under-resourced schools, public hospitals, hospices, veterans’ centers, after-school programs, neighborhood centers, nursing homes, and disability networks.