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Lights. Camera. Help. The Nonprofit Film Festival 2010

Lights. Camera. Help. The Non Profit Film Festival

Thursday, July 29, 2010 at 7:00 PM - Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 10:00 PM (CDT)

Lights. Camera. Help. The Nonprofit Film Festival 2010

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
3-day Pass   more info Ended $30.00 $2.49
2-day Pass   more info Ended $20.00 $1.99
Thursday, July 29   more info Ended $12.00 $1.59
Friday, July 30   more info Ended $12.00 $1.59
Saturday, July 31   more info Ended $12.00 $1.59

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Lights. Camera. Help., the world's first film festival exclusively for cause-diven film, is back in 2010.  Join the nonprofit, filmmaker and grassroots communities from across the nation as we get together to celebrate this unique and important artform.

All ticket sales benefit the nonprofits featured in the winning films. We are awarding prizes for best long form, short form and psa categories.

Even if this pages says sold out, you can buy walk up tickets so long as there's room when you arrive!

To view all the amazing films that made the 2010 list as well as when they are playing click here: http://lightscamerahelp.org/blog/393-festival/303-official-selections-for-2010-announced

We have two ticket types currently on sale including full, three-day passes and two-day passes that will get you in to Friday and Saturday night.

A limited number of single day ticket will go on sale later this month.

If you can't make the film festival please donate to our winning films here: http://www.lightscamerahelp.org/donate

Thursday Screening, July 29th, 7pm-10pm

Mexican American Cultural Center

Friday Screening, July 30th, 7pm-10pm

Millenium Youth Center

Saturday Screening, July 31st, 2pm-5pm

Space 12

Saturday Night Closing Party, July 31st, 7pm-10pm

Space 12

Film Schedule

Thursday, July 29

Adventures for the Cure (90 min)
The story of four men biking across the country to show that people with diabetes can do anything they want despite the disease.

Pisco Sin Fronteras (10 min)
A short documentary about a group called Piscos Sin Fronteras who provide disaster relief in Peru.

It's Our Time (5 min)
This piece is from the American Association for Cancer Research and works to promote an annual conference hosted by AACR.

Make Your Voice Heard (2 min)
Institute for Democratic Education in America submitted this PSA to show that there is a different way to educate children than our traditional system.

The Campus (5 min)
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes uses team sports to see the world impacted by Jesus Christ. This video demonstrates that mission.

Sweet Ride (44 sec)
This PSA, from Transform, aims to promote biking as a method of transportation in the Bay Area.

Just Married (44 sec)
This PSA, from Transform, aims to make the Bay Area's public transportation system a better option.

Gloria's Story (3 min)

A short documentary, by Farm Sanctuary, presents one example of the work the organization does to rescue abused farm animals.

A`ynan (11 min)
This film highlights the issue of individual freedom of women in the Middle East through one woman's decision to not wear her head scarf.

Richard Lopez: Achiever of the Year (4 min)
This is a short film that demonstrates Goodwill Industries of Central Texas' ability to help individuals turn their lives around.

Enriching Lives of Children and Families (10 min)
This film comes from the Queens Library Foundation and shows the reasons why the Queens Library is so important to the community.


Friday, July 30

EcoViva & Their Environmental Programs (6 min)
This film demonstrates the breadth of EcoViva's environmental protection programs in El Salvador.

Homewood Children's Village (20 min)

The Pittsburgh Foundation created this film show how they are attempting to raise the quality of life in poor urban neighborhoods.

Girls of Daraja (14 min)
By creating this film, the Daraja Academy is showing the world what they are doing to improve education opportunities for girls in Kenya.

Including Samuel (59 min)
This film chronicles the Habib family's efforts to include Samuel, a child with cerebral palsy, in every facet of their lives.

Follow the Money (90 sec)

An animated short by Oxfam America, Follow the Money points out where the money we spend on gas and oil really goes.

Every Heart Matters (60 sec)
Freedom Action Inclusion Rights created this PSA in order to promote marriage equality in response to California's Prop 8.

Hunger is Unacceptable (3 min)
To launch their "Hunger Is Unacceptable" campaign, the Capital Area Food Bank created this branding video.

Arts Erotica (35 min) Content not suitable for children
To raise funds for the Paul Kirby AIDS Emergency Fund, the Octopus Club created this documentary about their annual erotic art auction.

Saturday July 31

16 Blades of Grass (42 min)
A documentary about the lack of educational opportunities for young women in rural India.

The Line (47 sec)
A PSA from the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline that indicates the fine line between a safe and unsafe relationship.

Shelter (17 min)
A short documentary from Austin Pets Alive about Austin's animal shelter and the city's mission to become a no-kill city.

Together We Can Make It (13 min)
Bicycles for Humanity of Colorado submitted this short documentary to demonstrate the difference basic transportation can make in an African's life.

Voices From the Field (2 min)
This vignette documents the progress of the Globaloria program, established by the World Wide Workshop Foundation, at an East Austin school.

Voices From the Gulf: Shell Beach Fisherman (3 min)
Global Green USA had this film made to raise money to combat the effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

The Future of Education (2 min)
A PSA from the Ann Richards School, this animated film shows what improvements we need in our educational system.

Unseen Tears (31 min)
This documentary is an exploration of the impact of residential boarding schools on the American Indian community.

EcoViva: An Introduction (3 min)
An Introduction to EcoViva, whose mission is to promote self-sufficiency, sustainable development and community organizations in El Salvador.

MISSED: Stories of Young Adults with Cancer (13 min)
Livestrong put this short documentary together to draw attention to the unique experiences of young adults with cancer.

Bitter Memories (14 min)
A short narrative by Scenarios USA that focuses on domestic violence through the eyes of a young Hispanic male in Pharr, Texas.

The Other Child (12 min)
From the Dan Marino Foundation comes a short documentary about the siblings of children with Autism.

Return to San Marcos (10 min)
This short documentary shows Cape Cares' effort to bring medical and dental care to the impoverished villages of rural Honduras.

Funny Crazy Big Cat Sounds (3 min)
Big Cat Rescue produced this film to show their mission to rescue big cats and educate the public about the plight of these animals in the wild and in captivity.

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When & Where


Various Locations around Austin



Thursday, July 29, 2010 at 7:00 PM - Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 10:00 PM (CDT)


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Lights. Camera. Help. The Non Profit Film Festival

Lights. Camera. Help. is an annual film festival dedicated to telling the story of non-profit and cause-driven organizations through the use of film and video.

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