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Globe Room - City Solutions Lab [clear filter]
Tuesday, July 5
 

1:00pm PDT

SIMA Films: RIO EU AMO EU CUIDO & NOISE RUNS
RIO EU AMO EU CUIDO

When the social movement “Rio Eu Amo Eu Cuido” was created it had a single purpose: make Rio de Janeiro a better place to live in. This documentary, shot between October 2014 and March 2015, shows a little of the movement’s universe.

Director: Eduardo Hunter Moura
Producers: Lula Freitas, Lívia Nunes, Mariana Bentes, Paulica Coelho, Flavia Bousfield, Guilherme Arcanjo, Guilherme Pina, Marcela Flores & Neto White
2015 | 20 min
Brazil
Language: Portuguese Subtitles: English

NOISE RUNS

In the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, failed reconstruction has pushed social unrest to the breaking point. Protests erupt in the streets, and armed UN soldiers stalk the angry crowds. But a group of young Haitians, driven by their passion for a new Haiti, is sparking social change. To democratize information and offer hope to the population, they produce a radical newspaper, Bri Kouri Nouvèl Gaye (Noise Travels, News Spreads).

Directors: Ashley Panzera & Kim Borba
Producer: Jeremy Dupin
2014 | 18 min
USA | Haiti
Language: Haitian Creole Subtitles: English 


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Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA)

Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA)
The Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA) started as the first documentary and educational media competition honoring members of both the independent film and global humanitarian industries. We set out to propel and elevate social-impact filmmaking that inspires crucial perspectives and... Read More →



Tuesday July 5, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm PDT
Impact Hub Seattle - Globe Room

4:40pm PDT

SIMA Films: RIO EU AMO EU CUIDO & NOISE RUNS
RIO EU AMO EU CUIDO

When the social movement “Rio Eu Amo Eu Cuido” was created it had a single purpose: make Rio de Janeiro a better place to live in. This documentary, shot between October 2014 and March 2015, shows a little of the movement’s universe.

Director: Eduardo Hunter Moura
Producers: Lula Freitas, Lívia Nunes, Mariana Bentes, Paulica Coelho, Flavia Bousfield, Guilherme Arcanjo, Guilherme Pina, Marcela Flores & Neto White
2015 | 20 min
Brazil
Language: Portuguese Subtitles: English

NOISE RUNS

In the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, failed reconstruction has pushed social unrest to the breaking point. Protests erupt in the streets, and armed UN soldiers stalk the angry crowds. But a group of young Haitians, driven by their passion for a new Haiti, is sparking social change. To democratize information and offer hope to the population, they produce a radical newspaper, Bri Kouri Nouvèl Gaye (Noise Travels, News Spreads).

Directors: Ashley Panzera & Kim Borba
Producer: Jeremy Dupin
2014 | 18 min
USA | Haiti
Language: Haitian Creole Subtitles: English 


Keynote Speakers & Presenters
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Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA)

Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA)
The Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA) started as the first documentary and educational media competition honoring members of both the independent film and global humanitarian industries. We set out to propel and elevate social-impact filmmaking that inspires crucial perspectives and... Read More →



Tuesday July 5, 2016 4:40pm - 6:10pm PDT
Impact Hub Seattle - Globe Room
 
Wednesday, July 6
 

2:15pm PDT

SIMA Flims: Silent River + Discussion
SILENT RIVER

The Santiago River flows along the outskirts of Guadalajara, Mexico. For forty years, waste from one of Mexico’s largest manufacturing corridors has been dumped into the Santiago. 80% of the companies in the corridor – brands like IBM, HP, Coca­Cola, Levi’s, Honda and Nestlé – are American and Japanese. The river has been transformed into a sewer with over 1000 known chemicals, including dangerously high levels of arsenic, chrome, and lead. Silent River follows a young woman and her family as they defy death threats to try and save the one of the most polluted rivers in Mexico.

Directors: Jason Jaacks & Steve Fisher
Producer: Steve Fisher
2014 | 25 min Mexico
Language: Spanish
Subtitles: English 

Keynote Speakers & Presenters
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Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA)

Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA)
The Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA) started as the first documentary and educational media competition honoring members of both the independent film and global humanitarian industries. We set out to propel and elevate social-impact filmmaking that inspires crucial perspectives and... Read More →
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Araceli Campos

Director, Impact Hub Mexico City
Araceli is an entrepreneurial ecosystem developer and enhancer looking to add value to the impact startup community. An innovation enthusiast who has catalyzed the growth of numerous early stage impact startups, providing creative solutions to bring together individuals and resources... Read More →



Wednesday July 6, 2016 2:15pm - 3:15pm PDT
Impact Hub Seattle - Globe Room
 
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