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Featured Film

ELECTORAL DYSFUNCTION



Congratulations to 2012 IMPACT Film Festival participant ELECTORAL DYSFUNCTION, winner of the American Bar Association's 2013 Silver Gavel Award for Television!

  

Established in 1958, the American Bar Association's 2013 Silver Gavel Award for Television honors outstanding media projects that foster public understanding of the law and legal process.

ELECTORAL DYSFUNCTION can be found on iTunes and Hulu. The film is also available on DVD and Netflix! Links to the film can be found at http://electoraldysfunction.org/

Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, IMPACT Ats & Film Fund, HBO Documentary Films hosted special screening of ME @ THE ZOO, Spetember 27, 2012 at the Ring Auditorium at The Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

A film by Chris Moukarbel and Valerie Veatch. ME @ THE ZOO tells the story of Chris Crocker, a controversial video blogger from a small town in Tennessee. Crocker was bullied out of school in the 8th grade and was, by his account, raised on the Internet. His online videos have been viewed over 270 million times to date—including the infamous 2007 YouTube declaration. “Leave Britney Alone!”. ME @ THE ZOO is an intimate look at Crocker, who is arguably the first Internet celebrity to cross over into mainstream media and is part of the first wave of young people coming into adulthood under constant self-surveillance.

IAFF congratulates Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

for being appointed by Secretary Hilary Clinton as a global Cultural Ambassador on Wednesday, January 18, 2012. "I am excited and honored to serve my country as a Cultural Ambassador for the U.S. Department of State," said Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who has focused his efforts after his NBA career on engaging youth through socially-minded projects and education.

Congratulations to Demián Bichir

for his Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for lead actor in A Better Life. IAFF screened A Better Life in May 2012. Bichir admits that aside from being recognized by his acting peers, "the honor is doubled because of the amazing actors I am nominated with. So this is a happy moment for me."

 

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About IMPACT Arts + Film Fund

The IMPACT ARTS + FILM FUND (IAFF) was created as a platform for artists and filmmakers to engage in the political and policy arena. IAFF is based in Washington, D.C., and was co-founded by Jody Arlington, Jamie Shor and Kimball Stroud, three veterans of the political and entertainment arenas. IAFF hosts screenings, panel discussions, promotional events, and book launches to educate and enlighten its audiences and creates a climate for meaningful social impact. IAFF launched at the 2008 Democratic & Republican National Conventions with the IMPACT Film Festival: "Where Film Crosses the Aisle".

IAFF's fiscal sponsor is New Venture Fund, a 501(c) 3 public charity. New Venture Fund was established in response to demand from leading philanthropists for efficient, cost-effective and time-saving intermediary services. NVF offers unobtrusive support and facilitation - focusing on enhancing our clients' ability to execute their visions.

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Featured Partner:

Share Our Strength


IMPACT Arts + Film Fund partnered with Share Our Strength at the 2012 Republican and Democratic national concentions for screenings of HUNGER HITS HOME narrated by Academy Award winner Jeff Bridges.  Bridges made appearances at both conventions in support of Share Our Strength, HUNGER HITS HOME, and the IMPACT Arts + Film Fund.

"At RNC film fest, Jeff Bridges supports hunger campaign" - Tampa Bay Times 

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To learn more about the IMPACT ARTS + FILM FUND, please contact Kimball Stroud or Mary-Morgan Limperis at
(202) 543-9700 or mary-morgan@kimballstroud.com

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