Stillmotion’s first feature length documentary, 8 months in production, 8 years in the making, and countless hearts dreaming.
#standwithme explores modern day child slavery through the eyes of a 9 year old who decided to take a stand.
This film has taken us from Vivienne’s home in Fairfax, CA to Namibia, Nepal, Ghana, and the Dominican Republic.
An incredible journey that has brought us face to face with those enslaved, and taught us so much about perspective, gratitude, and the power in our craft.
We launch this film to the world with a 30 city Premiere tour starting February 1st, 2014. We’ll be in every city to share out journey, talk about what we’ve learned, and chat. We hope you’ll join us.
You can see the full premiere schedule and get tickets at standwithmemovie.com
If you’re interested in joining us to learn more about telling the stories you love, and telling stories your way, please check out storytellingwithheart.com
Calling all student filmmakers: Submit your film for the first-ever White House Film Festival. Learn more at WH.gov/FilmFestival.
Vox Media is excited to welcome Eater, Racked, and Curbed in joining SB Nation, The Verge, and Polygon as part of the Vox Media family.
After months of craziness on the #standwithme ride, we recently found ourselves in the middle of the Kalahari desert with the San people. The experience was life-changing, and although we didn’t go there intending to tell their story… we couldn’t help ourselves. Some stories you can’t not tell.
Read about it (and join our webcast) on the blog: stillmotionblog.com/2013/10/24/bushmen-of-namibia
View more of Lisa Kristine’s work at lisakristine.com/