Your interest–and the financial support from hundreds of you for this documentary about worker coops in the U.S. and Mondragon–made it possible for us to finish SHIFT CHANGE in a timely way during the International Year of the Cooperative.
Since its premiere at Oakland’s Grand Lake Theater last fall, the film has screened literally hundreds of times in movie theaters, film festivals, universities, labor and community settings.
Given the economic times, and the interest in real solutions, SHIFT CHANGE provides ideas and inspires action toward helping build a new economy. We’re pleased to be able to offer the all Spanish version now as well, available from Bullfrog Films.
We recently suggested to KCTS–the Seattle PBS station–that they air SHIFT CHANGE. We were thrilled when station programmers recommended the film be broadcast nationally and indicated that KCTS would help to make that happen by acting as the offering station. This is great news, as it will assure a higher profile for the film within the PBS system, and KCTS will help promote SHIFT CHANGE nationwide!
Now we need your help to finish raising the funds necessary for preparing the film for broadcast and to conduct an effective outreach campaign, first to 300 PBS programmers at stations across the country, and then to help get the word out to the broad public. To date we have raised $26,000 toward the $40,000 necessary to conduct a successful outreach campaign. Your contribution, large or small, will help us reach our goal.
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Moving Images | 3821 Beaver Creek Lane | Clinton WA 98236
Moving Images is a federally recognized non-profit organization and your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Thank you for helping SHIFT CHANGE do its work of inspiring a more sustainable and equitable future.
Mark Dworkin & Melissa Young, Producers