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
turn on la 2015: a wildly entertaining and inspiring event
It’s that time of year again! Be prepared for a wonderful and wildly disruptive evening of inspiration, celebration and creative activism. Click on the images below to learn more and purchase your tickets!
june’s sundowner is here!
Didn’t make it to the party in May? Maybe you did, and you’re eager for more? The second Sundowner is already here, and this time we’ve called on some friends to co-host with us! The legal duo Wilkinson/Mazzeo are leaving copyright law on their desks in San Diego for a few hours to join us on the
sundowners are back!
Our favorite Summer tradition is back and better than ever! This year we’ll be hosting our epic sunset cocktail parties in collaboration with new friends and organizations for your networking benefit. Our Sundowners are Summer gatherings of music, drink, food and Creative Activism and our first one of 2015 is next Thursday, May 14th from 7-9pm
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
cap dinner party recap
It’s no secret that the Creative Visions tribe loves a good party. On February 12th, the CAP team hosted the first of what will be a series of dinner parties for active CAP members. This event brought all CAP theatre projects to the table for a family dinner at the Center, and The First Seating
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
In honor of International Women’s Day, Kathy and a crew of men and women marched down Topanga Beach, ultimately arriving at the Herb Alpert Center in Santa Monica. The walk was a part of the international UN event, which celebrated its third year of the UN Women for Peace Association’s March to End Violence Against