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  • karechristine.anderson

    Imagine the scalable impact Participant Media could have if Take Part actually created a free membership-based online community of self-tagged members and self-tagged movie/documentary-related member comments/contributions that were crowd sourced for the best ideas to leverage movie viewing, hot topic for new movies and provided winners of the crowd sourcing with e-coupon prizes (provided by companies that sought the glow of association with the cause).... Leveraging greater participation for the greater good via such an online community in this "wisdom of the crowd" approach could take Participant Media's admirable work to a whole new level. The technology for such an online community and related features is readily available and the owners of the various parts of technology would probably be eager to showcase their products/services in such a "good" project

  • End Trafficking

    This sounds like amazing work. Perhaps you all could consider doing a piece on human trafficking next? Check out the 30 minute version of Bob Bilheimer's film Not My Life - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9UMqH2v1is

    We have been screening this version and the 80 minute version around the country in an effort to raise awareness of this human rights violation but also to mobilize communities to take action against it. There have been amazing results. We believe in the power of film to change and empower communities. Great work!