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South Asian Film Festival Booming in Chicago
In Landmark ‘s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Amit Rana created a booming South Asian Film festival that is entering its fourth year.
Homebound Submitted to Sundance
Fanny Veliz created the film Homebound to transform how latinos were perceived in the media. It began as her game in the world in the Landmark Education Team, Management and Leadership Program.
Neil Patrick Harris Acknowledges Landmark Forum
In a magazine interview, Neil Patrick Harris acknowledged The Landmark Forum.
TEDx Talk Spotlights Make a Film Foundation
Make A Film Foundation, created by Tamika Lamison as her project in Landmark Education’s SELP, was discussed by Lamison in her recent Ted talk.
Make A Film Foundation Introduces Vidz 4 Kidz
Make A Film Foundation, which empowers critically ill children to create short film legacies, now makes it easier than ever for young people to make movies. Originally a project created in Landmark Education’s SELP.
Chicago South Asian Film Festival Kicks off with Rang Rasiya
The second annual Chicago South Asian Film Festival (originally created as a project in Landmark Education’s SELP) is coming September 30-October 2.
Make a Film Foundation Featured on ABC
Make a Film Foundation, the non-profit created to empower sick children to make films as a project in the Landmark Education SELP program, was featured by ABC News in Los Angeles.
ADD and Loving It
The acclaimed ADD and Loving it?! documentary film was created by two graduates of the Landmark Forum.
Chicago South Asian Film Festival Debuts in October
Amit Rana conceived of the Chicago South Asian Film Festival while taking part in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
‘Soulmates’ Comes to DC
Soulmates, a movie about love and identity created by Landmark seminar leader Joan Sugerman, is coming to Washington DC later this month.
‘Fuel’ a New York Times Critic Pick (Updated October 1st with Theatre Locations and 10/9 Chicago Event)
Josh Tickell’s new enviro-doc film Fuel is receiving critical acclaim from across the country, including a Critics Pick from the New York Times, reports Landmark Education News.
Remembering a Best Friend: Life Without Benedetta
Raj Babbra’s best friend Benedetta Ciaccia was killed in the terrorist attack on London which took place July 7, 2005. Babbra was devastated. Over the next couple of years, he says that he lost his passion for life, falling into a spiral of isolation and […]
Fuel, Acclaimed Documentary on Oil and Biofuels, Opens in Los Angeles
Landmark Education graduate Josh Tickell’s award-winning documentary "Fuel" has opened in the Los Angeles area in a limited February engagment, and will be appearing elsewhere in the United States in February and March. The documentary, which Tickell recently spoke about with […]
Project Stand Publicizes Worth Causes
Seattle-based graduates of Landmark Education’s programs have used their participation to create a unique project/website: Take a Stand. The site highlights people who have taken on impacting the world in a positive way and the organizations that they have created […]
Kizorek Shares her Travels
Jessica Kizorek continues to receive critical acclaim for her work for two Parrot Productions, her film company that travels the world and provides to film services to NGOs so they can get their messages out. A leader of Landmark Education’s […]
Troy Byer Speaks out about Acting, Writing, Landmark Education
Noted director, actor and writer Troy Byer was recently interviewed by Los Angeles Wave about a variety of subjects, including getting away from Hollywood, her new career as a writer, her study of ontology, making a difference with people and […]
Peace Being Now! Debuts in New York
Glenn Biren’s project in Landmark Education’s SELP program, an independent film titled Peace Being Now!, is making its New York debut at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. NYIIFVF has been recognized by the firlm and entertainment […]
Globetrotting Filmmaker Shares Stories
Landmark Education graduate and accomplished filmmaker Jessica Kizorek continues to travel the developing world along with her father Bill Kizorek, documenting the efforts of various non-governmental organizations that make a difference in society. She has received significant acclaim in the mass media for her efforts. […]
New York Times Chronicles Graduate’s Global Charity Adventures
Landmark Education graduate Bill Kizorek travels to just about every place on earth in his role as a film producer documenting the work of worthy charities. Earlier this month, Kizorek finished his seventh international charity film shoot in Guatemala. His […]
51 Birch Street: Award-Winning Graduate Film Explores Parental Relationships
[youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=vkzpz3Kb6_Y[/youtube] One review of Doug Block’s criticially acclaimed documentary began ’51 Birch Street is everyone’s address.’ Coming from a critic in Ecuador, this comment eloquently expresses the universality of Block’s documentary about his parents, which was strongly influenced by his participation […]
Landmark Forum Graduates and Filmakers Document Fair Trade Measures in Africa
240,000 Miles, $1,000 in Shots, Two Feet From Instant Death Jessica and Bill Kizorek are not strangers to international travel. They have been to a combined total of 200 countries, including one journey involving all seven continents. By the beginning […]