The People and the Olive [trailer] Produced by Aaron Dennis
When a group of American ultra-marathoners sets out to run 129 miles in 5 days across the West Bank they discover that in replanting uprooted olive trees they are planting hope and building cultural bridges.
Neil and David met at nursery school. There was something different about Neil but David liked him, even though he often got himself into a bad temper. Neil knew that because of his condition eventually they would part company but David vowed that they would always remain best friends. FIRST LIGHT STUDIO - UK
The main character is a bookmark, stuck in a forgotten book, in a life marked by standstill in a deserted room. One day, the bookmark is swept back into the pages that turn into ocean waves and the two are united for a journey.
The Biological Advantage of Being Awestruck Produced by Jason Silva
The ideas of psychologist Nicholas Humphrey who has written of "THE BIOLOGICAL ADVANTAGE OF BEING AWESTRUCK". Basically, our ability to awe was biologically selected for by evolution because it imbues our lives with sense of cosmic significance that has resulted in a species that works harder not just to survive but to flourish and thrive...
Endorsed by the Dalai Lama as a means of promoting world peace and healing through sacred performing art, the monks of the Drepung Loseling monastery make their return to Madison. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
A documentary on Dance Marathon, a philanthropy where students around the country stand on their feet for over forty hours to raise money for Children's Miracle Network, a charity dedicated to providing free health care to kids in need. FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
Saving the Children Produced by Ally Woodard - FLORIDA
Mama Lupita is a Hero to many. In ApriI, 2012, I visited the orphanage she started in 1986, Casa Hogar Elim, in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, as an Ambassador for The Art Miles Mural Program. We delivered Art Miles Shoes of Hope and met over 130 amazing children.
A Mile in Our Shoes Produced by Daniel Walker - UK
Young people relate what it is like to have to care for others with illnesses and disabilities. They are called young carers, and each have to take on great responsibilities despite their age. FIRST LIGHT STUDIO - UK
When four Florida middle school students learn about the potential effect of sea level rise on Miami's economy, they conduct a school energy audit with the help of the non-profit "Dream in Green". Through their actions, their school saves thousands of dollars in energy costs by doing simple things that add up.
In Ubutu (kindness), viewers will get a glimmer of what it is like to live in a township. This short is intended to provoke initial thought and discussion on whether townships should be abolished and how to improve them from the very people living in a township.
Manger of the Role Model Program, Hashim Garrett "The Truth Angel", a part of the Guardian Angels "Education Team" goes into schools and shares his experience of being shot when he was 15 years old and paralyzed.
With dream-like sequences and allusions to flying, this documentary gives an evocative experience portraying the power of human determination in the face of social prejudice and extreme personal suffering.
Since 1993, Seeds of Peace has set the standard in international peace-building by providing exceptional young people and educators from regions of conflict with an otherwise impossible opportunity to meet their historic enemies face-to-face at our International Camp in Maine.