#Film

  • Article: Australia’s Human Rights Arts & Film Festival: This Is One Festival No Global Citizen Should Miss
    Citizenship

    Australia’s Human Rights Arts & Film Festival: This Is One Festival No Global Citizen Should Miss

    By Sarah Wood| May 2, 2017

    Go deep on gender, identity, social inequality, immigration, war, community and the environment. Read more

  • Article: You'll Never Look at Food Waste the Same Way After Seeing Anthony Bourdain's New Documentary
    Food & Hunger

    You'll Never Look at Food Waste the Same Way After Seeing Anthony Bourdain's New Documentary

    By Meghan Werft| April 28, 2017

    The documentary features top chefs Dan Barber, Massimo Bottura, and Mario Batali. Read more

  • Article: Hollywood Star Hedy Lamarr Was a Genius, But the World Only Saw Her Beauty
    Girls & Women

    Hollywood Star Hedy Lamarr Was a Genius, But the World Only Saw Her Beauty

    By Meghan Werft| April 25, 2017 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    “It blew me away there was this woman who was brilliant celebrated for her face, not for her mind." Read more

  • Article: Popular British TV Drama to Feature Female Genital Mutilation Plotline
    Girls & Women

    Popular British TV Drama to Feature Female Genital Mutilation Plotline

    Jan. 18, 2017 |Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "I thought this would be a fascinating story." Read more

  • Article: Leo DiCaprio Is Making a Captain Planet Movie
    Environment

    Leo DiCaprio Is Making a Captain Planet Movie

    By Meghan Werft| Oct. 18, 2016

    “Looting and polluting is not the way, hear what Captain Planet has to say.” Read more

  • Article: Against All Odds, This Afghan Girl Finishes Her Education Despite Child Marriage
    Education

    Against All Odds, This Afghan Girl Finishes Her Education Despite Child Marriage

    Oct. 11, 2016 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Yalda had many suitors. But when she resisted, her parents didn’t pressure her. Until 9th grade. Read more

  • Article: Filmmakers Travel From NYC to Greece, Uncovering The Human Side of The Refugee Crisis
    Citizenship

    Filmmakers Travel From NYC to Greece, Uncovering The Human Side of The Refugee Crisis

    By Meghan Werft| Sept. 13, 2016

    “With a project like this, everything comes down to just deciding to commit to an idea.” Read more

  • Article: Meet Razia, the Woman Who Started a School in One of the Worst Places to Be a Girl
    Education

    Meet Razia, the Woman Who Started a School in One of the Worst Places to Be a Girl

    Aug. 19, 2016 |CHIME FOR CHANGE

    The Zabuli Education Center started with 109 girls in 2008 and now educates over 600 students. Read more