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“No one has ever become poor by giving.”

— Anne Frank

What’s New on Conscious Good?

Conscious Good has partnered with Social Impact Media Awards (SIMA) as this month’s contributor to bring you all sorts of socially impactful content. Here are three of our fave videos:

1. Africa Yoga Project

Having grown up in the slums of Nairobi, Millie & Patrick faced violence, crime and despair. At vulnerable points in their lives, they were introduced to yoga through the Africa Yoga Project. Jian, a youth worker from Canada, travels to Kenya to meet up with to Millie & Patrick who help him to discover the transformational effect of yoga.

2. Nature Needs You

While industrial resource developments continue to put at risk sites of natural and cultural significance, people across Australia are standing their ground for nature. ‘Nature Needs You’ is the story of five everyday Australians who are working with their communities to minimize the impacts of climate change on these places by keeping oil, coal and gas in the ground.

3. The Walls

The Walls’ follows students from Washington State University as they visit the prison at Coyote Ridge in order to participate on a debate about gun control. The rest of the participants are the debate club members from the prison: a group of inmates that has been transformed and inspired by their new contact with education; prisoners that cling to it as their last chance for redemption.

SIMA is a a 501(c)3 non-profit social impact media agency + awards program. SIMA supports and celebrates creative impact projects of excellence, screen films in communities and classrooms worldwide, and connect international audiences and organizations with the best GLOBAL IMPACT CINEMA. Check this out in order to view more SIMA content!

Think You Have What It Takes to Be a Conscious Contributor?  

We’d love to hear from you!

Email [email protected]

Speaking of Healthy Content …

Have you heard about Conscious Good’s Studio Series yet? Conscious Good presents a monthly series of film events to help studios fulfill, nurture and grow their communities through engaging content. Each evening’s event will include a guided meditation, the film program and recommended discussion topics, with time to socialize. Whether you are a yoga or meditation studio owner, a practitioner or a conscious filmmaker, reach out to us at [email protected] to bring conscious cinema to your community.

For Those Interested In Building a Conscious Community … 

Join the Creators’ Network! It’s a place where you can learn from and bounce your ideas off of other talented individuals. Our goal with the Creators’ Network is to bring mindful creators together and fuel the Conscious Media Movement. We want to encourage a whole new breed of filmmakers, marketers, producers, programmers and artists, to put conscious raising at the core of their storytelling.

Trina Wyatt is Founder and CEO of Conscious Good. Previously in her career, she was the Founding Director of the Tribeca Film Festival, COO of Tribeca Entertainment for 5 years prior, Head of Content for GAIAMTV (now Gaia), and Director for Film Independent where she helped grow the Los Angeles Film Festival. Trina has been the key figure behind significant media transactions including Prana Studios’ acquisition of Rhythm and Hues, Intrepid Pictures’slate expansion, and the successful sale of Withoutabox to IMDb. Trina received her MBA from NYU Stern and is a Kundalini Yoga Teacher.

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