Making It in the Real World
A follow-up to We’re Not Stupid: Living with a Learning Difference. In the first film, we met 14 people who were all academically successful, but at one time or another were called stupid or lazy and were told they couldn’t be anything more than truck drivers or fast food servers. Now seven years later, the filmmaker documents where these people are, and how they continue to struggle with their learning disabilities to “make it in the real world.”
Reason To Live
Media Projects’ new film currently in production, will address the taboo subject of depression and suicide in young adults 15-24 years of age. Tragically, suicide is considered the third-leading cause of death in that age group. Our goal is to shed light on the disease of depression and it’s effects on individuals and their families.
What woman doesn’t lust for 1000 pairs of shoes? When a high-powered female executive was asked why she needed to buy her 400th pair of shoes, she laughed and said it isn’t about “need”. Tell us your shoe stories!
Waging Peace: Letters from the Peace Corps
A history of the Peace Corps told through the letters and diaries of the Volunteers. Allen Mondell was a Peace Corps teacher in Sierra Leone, West Africa.