Nailed It, by Adele Pham, chronicles the genesis and 40 year legacy of the Vietnamese nail salon and its influence on an $8 billion-dollar American industry. For mixed-race Vietnamese filmmaker Adele Pham, it’s personal as she confronts her conflicts with the culture and discovers a place within a trade seen by everyone but known to few.

Nailed It is a 2018 recipient of Working Films’ Impact Kickstart award, which includes in-kind impact campaign strategy development.

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Mobilizing Momentum: Making Rapid Response...

In a landscape of cascading societal crises, a swift response to pressing issues is essential. This is where film screenings become invaluable – not only do they inform but they also inspire action in the face of emerging social and environmental threats. Whether it’s the passing of a dangerous bill,…

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ANNOUNCING THE 2024 IMPACT KICKSTART AWARDEES

Now in its sixth year, Working Films’ Impact Kickstart program has resourced underrepresented filmmakers to pursue strategic plans for impact and engage audiences, partners, and supporters in meaningful ways. This year, we will be providing in-kind partnership and strategy development, expert 1:1 mentorship, and $60,000 of impact campaign funding to…

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ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE LEADERS ARE INVITED TO...

Artist: Eryon Shondiin Greenburg | Instagram: @shondiin.art Working Films strives to make all of our events and programs accessible, including our application processes. To request an accessibility accommodation or adjustment, please email amyers@workingfilms.org, or call us at 910-342-9000. Across the United States environmental disasters and climate change are impacting all…

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