The Most Important Question Of Our Time

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What can we do that honors and respects every human being on the planet?

What vision of the future can we imagine that is so beautiful and enticing that every person with their own unique cultural identity wants to be a part of that future? 

This video has a few answers to this question, but most of all, it is asking you. Because it may be one of the most important questions we need to answer.

This is a clip from the film "What Would It Look Like?" by the Global Oneness Project. You can watch the full film here.

Here are 2 more questions to ponder: What story about ourselves, with our unique identity, can allow us to live in harmony with every other cultural identity? And how can we realize a sense of our global unity while also celebrating and nurturing the world's rich cultural diversity?

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Films For Action is a library for people who want to change the world.

 

Our mission is to provide citizens with the knowledge and perspectives essential to creating a more beautiful, just, sustainable, and democratic society.

Films For Action was founded in 2006 by a few friends in Lawrence, Kansas, after realizing how essential healthy media is to a healthy democracy.

Over the last 15 years, we've reviewed and curated over 1,000 free documentaries and 4,000 short films, plus over 150 pay-per-view documentaries, spanning 34 topics related to changing the world.

During this time we've been able to reach tens of millions of people - not by owning a TV network or spending truckloads of cash on advertising, but because millions of awesome people keep sharing 'films for action' with their friends on social media - in particular, our 850,000 supporters on Facebook and 70,000 site members. 

One of the coolest things is, thanks to our patrons, our library is ad-free and 100% supported by member donations, while 99% of our library is free to access and always will be. The pay-per-view films on our site, of course, help support the filmmakers, and 90-100% of the revenue for PPV films hosted by us goes to the filmmakers. 

To thank our $5/mo patrons, we partner with filmmakers and distributors to provide access to a growing number of films that are normally pay-per-view. With just 23 highly curated films at the moment, it's basically a mini "Netflix for world changers," but its main function is to support the library as a whole.

If you'd like to know more, want to help out, or you're a filmmaker or distributor looking to collaborate, feel free to get in touch!

Cheers,  
Tim Hjersted
Co-Founder & Director
Lawrence, KS