The Human Experience
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Screen the film at your school, church, temple, conference, restaurant, gallery, or exhibition. Meet and greet with lead role Jeffrey Azize and producer Michael Campo to talk about the film and answer audience questions. Jeffrey and Michael have traveled around the world conducting Q&As in 14 countries and have shown the film to over 200,000 people.

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Skype Screenings Available   
There is nothing that compares to actually having the filmmakers present at your screening to give a Q & A. The next best thing, however, is a Q & A via Skype!

Grassroots Films is now hosting Question & Answers sessions through Skype. If you are thinking about hosting a screening of The Human Experience and would like a few of the films' creators to virtually answer questions for your audience, please call: 718.349.7622

Feature Documentary

In a world fraught with hostility and violence, an altruistic group of young men endeavor to understand the true essence of the human spirit by visiting forgotten souls such as homeless New Yorkers, Peruvian orphans and isolated Ghanaian lepers. By spotlighting heartwarming stories from around the world, this uplifting documentary shows viewers that every single person, no matter his or her lot in life, is beautiful.

The Meaning of Life is Discovered
in the Experience.
Film Details

TRT: 90 mins mins
Release Date: November 2010
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With the film translated into 6 languages, hundreds of thousands have viewed The Human Experience at over 300 screening events, including 6 international tours. Uplon completion of the documentary, Grassroots Films secured limited distribution through Harkins Theatres, carrying out a successful theatrical run. Shortly thereafter, The Human Experience was acquired by New Video Group's Docurama Films, for DVD and digital distribution. To date, the film has been reviewed by more the 1,000,000 viewers, on Netflix alone, and Oprah Winfrey's T.V. network "OWN" has secured television rights.

Christopher Award Winners Highlight the Power of Faith, Courage, and Action / - The Christophers (Award Winner)

(As published on The Christophers website)

NEW YORK, April 6, 2011 — A mother strives to improve the lives of autistic children; an African-American nun establishes greater racial equality within the Catholic Church; two brothers travel around the world to discover the commonality of the human experience. These are just a few of the powerful stories told in the books, films, and TV programs that make up the winners of the 62nd annual Christopher Awards. Seventeen feature films, TV/Cable programs, and books for adults and young people, along with their writers, illustrators, directors, producers and executive producers, will be honored at the gala in New York City on Thursday, May 19.

First presented in 1949, The Christopher Awards honor writers, producers, directors and illustrators in the publishing, film, TV and cable industries whose work affirms the highest values of the human spirit. "This year's Christopher Award winners creatively demonstrate the transformative impact that faith, courage and action can have on people's lives," said Mary Ellen Robinson, vice president of The Christophers.

TV & Cable
Two of the four Christopher Award-winning TV & Cable programs come from HBO, including Making the Crooked Straight, director/producer Susan Rockefeller's uplifting documentary about Long Island, NY doctor Rick Hodes, whose mission to heal sick children in Ethiopia is founded on the Orthodox Jewish belief that "He who saves one life, saves an entire world." Also honored from HBO is A Mother's Courage: Talking Back to Autism, about an Icelandic woman who travels to the United States to learn more about autism therapies that could potentially help her son. PBS introduces viewers to A Place Out Of Time: The Bordentown School, a fascinating look at the New Jersey school that served as an "educational utopia" for African-Americans for 70 years. Amish Grace from the Lifetime Movie Network dramatizes the 2006 school shootings in the peaceful Amish community of Nickel Mines, PA, and the community's heart-wrenching struggle to forgive the murderer and support his wife.

Feature Films
The Grassroots Films documentary The Human Experience follows two brothers as they live homeless on the streets of New York City, take care of disabled children in Peru, and visit lepers in Africa in order to affirm the inherent dignity of all people. From The Weinstein Company, The King's Speech presents the story of King George VI of England who overcame a debilitating stammer with the help of a speech therapist to rally his people at the start of World War Two. Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios' Toy Story 3 brings Woody, Buzz and the other toys full circle with a tale about friendship, growing up, and letting go. Also from Walt Disney Pictures is Secretariat about the Triple Crown winning horse and the woman who risked everything to make him a champion.

…Continue reading at The Christophers website

‘Human Experience’ Wins Documentary Category / - The Hollywood Reporter
Pepperdine students show "heartfelt integrity" in first film fest / - The Malibu Times
View article on Malibu Times website
Spirituality & Health Magazine / (Printed Article)


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