cap spotlight: imba means sing!
December is a big month for CAP Film Imba Means Sing. Not only is the film available in theaters, on demand and on iTunes starting tomorrow, but they are hosting a pre-screening reception for CV Program Rock Your World on Wednesday, December 9th starting at 6.30pm! If you’re in the LA area, be sure to check out one of their many screenings –
cap summit 2015 recap
Every year the CAP Team looks forward to the Summit – it’s one of our favorite events. Not only does it serve as a day for our CAP members to learn from industry leaders, but it also allows our tribe to reconnect with one another as a community of creative activists. Below is a little recap of how the
behind the project: chivas sandage
It’s always fun for us here at Creative Visions to watch our interns (“Visionaries”) gravitate towards certain projects upon arrival. Each unique intern ends up having a handful of favorite CAP projects, and it’s interesting to see how those reflect his or her personality. Visionary Jessica Sutton studies forensic psychology, so it was not hard
sxsw: landfill harmonic premiere!
Oh, my goodness – not one, but two CAP films in Austin, TX?! We are thrilled that CAP film Landfill Harmonic will screen at SXSW! By sharing the story of the Recycled Orchestra, Landfill Harmonic’s first news story went viral internationally. The feature length doc highlights the young musicians in Paraguay alongside their impressive director, Favio
sxsw: frame by frame’s world premiere
We are thrilled that CAP film Frame By Frame will premiere on Saturday, March 14th at SXSW! The film comes from talented duo Alexandria Bombach and Mo Scarpelli, and tells the story of the first free press after the Taliban rule in Afghanistan. Not only is the film making waves, as one of the few
imba means sing will premiere at atlff
CAP Project Imba Means Sing premieres later this month at the Atlanta Film Festival! The film follows the African Children’s Choir as they journey from Uganda to America, where they tour numerous churches and venues while living with American families. Not only does the film showcase the great talent of the choir, but it also introduces
the seventh fire takes berlin
CAP film The Seventh Fire debuted at the Berlin International Film Festival last month and received much deserved praise! CAP member Jack Riccobono directs this stunning film that tells the story of Native American gang leader, Rob Brown. The film, produced by Natalie Portman and Chris Eyre, is looking forward to its US premiere. Check out
2014 creative activist summit
Our favorite day of the year is undoubtedly our Creative Activist Program Summit. We gather as many of our creative activists as we can into the Dan Eldon Center in Malibu to discuss the needs of their projects, chew over new developments in the world of social impact, and network with an outstanding group of mentors. No
forbes loves our filmmakers (so do we)
Allow us a moment to brag about two of our outstanding female filmmakers. Our team has had the great privilege of joining creative activists Slater Jewell-Kemker and Erin Levin Bernhardt on their exhausting pursuit to craft extraordinary stories. They hope to trigger a thoughtful response to some of the most pressing world issues. GirlQuake CEO and
year 33 – kickstarter
For the past two years, the team from Sueño Documentary Films has been pouring their lives into their first documentary feature film, YEAR 33. Please support the team’s Kickstarter campaign to fund post-production and bring this incredible story to the world! Be one of the FIRST to support the film and JOIN THE REVIVAL!