If you work with a nonprofit, or are a member of grassroots community group, we can help you use  documentary media and other forms of storytelling to advance your organizing and advocacy goals. Here are some of the ways we can help:

Host a film screening
Films are a unique medium for engaging new and critical audiences in conversation and action. If you’re working on extractive industries, climate change, immigrant justice or just transition you can request free copies of our film compilations to screen in your community.


Put films to work.
We offer training and technical assistance to nonprofits who want to leverage film and other forms of visual storytelling to advance your work for social and environmental justice. Learn more about our Putting Films to Work training in Georgia. If you are in a rural community, you can apply for our Rural Cinema program which offers training and technical assistance to people in rural community locations directly impacted by polluting industries or transitioning from being economically fueled by natural resource extraction to adopting other more sustainable approaches . 

Bring a conversation on accountable storytelling to your community.
Our StoryShift project brings panels, conversation and workshops to community organizations and filmmakers are wrestling with best practices for accountability to community when creating new content.

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