Auburn Seminary, in partnership with Hartley Film Foundation, has launched the Hartley Media Impact Initiative at Auburn, which will use the best films on faith and justice to activate the moral courage of leaders, their communities and the general public to heal and repair the world.
For more than a decade, Hartley Film Foundation, through its seed grant and fiscal sponsorship programs, cultivated and supported the best character-driven documentaries on the impact of religions on current global issues.
The new initiative will broaden the community of organizations and leaders committed to leveraging the power of story and media for social good. Merging the aligned missions of Hartley and Auburn will bolster the use of film and video at the intersection of faith, media, and social justice in order to reach the widest audience with the greatest impact.
Auburn’s network of faith leaders will be partnering with filmmakers, impact producers, NGOs, educators, broadcasters, and programmers, under the auspices of the new Hartley Media Impact Initiative, to create a vital platform to further the multifaith movement for justice.
The Hartley Media Impact Initiative at Auburn will curate documentaries and other media that move hearts and minds, educating and inspiring action to stop injustice.
For more information, contact Sarah Masters at SMasters@AuburnSeminary.org.
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