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Intel Corporation Presents: Creating Social Change with Film at the Center

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Description

Focusing attention on important causes and getting people to take action are not easy tasks in our media-saturated modern world. Creating social change in the future will require a concerted effort to both educate people on the issues and provide them with tools to take action. Social action campaigns with a documentary film at their center can be highly effective when surrounded by digital and social network tools to drive the audience to act. Come hear how the producers of the upcoming film Girl Rising and their corporate partners Intel and Vulcan Productions have joined together to great a social movement with film, digital and new film distribution models that can be a model of social change.

Please note - The printed Film Guide has the incorrect date. This panel will take place on Monday.

Screening Details

  • Section: Corporate Presentation
  • Film Type: At the Shop
  • Run Time: 60 min.
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