Help us move the world.

Move the World Films has just received its official 501(c)3 approval from the IRS. Now, when you contribute to our projects, not only are you helping to move the world, but you also receive a tax deduction. Please sign-up for our newsletter, stay informed about our award-winning projects, and support our work.  Thank you!!

$5 Our sincere thank you for helping us achieve our goals. We will list all contributors on our website.

$25  Exclusive updates on progress with our films.

$50  “Special Thanks” credit at the end of the film you contribute to.

$100  Digital Copy of the completed film, plus awards above.

$250  Made Possible by credit at the end of the film, plus awards above.

$1,000  Move the World Gold Participant credit at the end of the film. You will take part in our production through special surveys so your thoughts can be part of the process in shaping the film, plus the awards above.

$2,500 Move the World Platinum Participant credit at the end of the film. Plus premium branding on the Move the World Films website about your participation, plus the awards above.

$5,000 Producer credit at the end of the film.  Regular access to the producer to share your thoughts and ideas, plus the awards above.

$10,000 or more  Co-Executive Producer Credit, IMDb credit, inclusion in Film Festival program advertising, plus the awards above.



   

Telling a story through film is a great way to highlight a problem and show solutions. Move the World Films is improving the world, one film at a time. Your contribution will help us leverage impactful storytelling to raise awareness of pressing social issues and show people how they can make a difference.

As a small nonprofit organization, we are able to keep the cost of production reasonable, tell a powerful story, and motivate action. Our first film  License to Parent is about parenting, the most important job in the world, with no requirements to do it. In fact, by the time social services steps into a bad situation, it’s likely gone on for years and left damage that will last a lifetime. We told several stories of bad parenting and offered solutions to help lessen the problem. We are working on getting the film distributed, and will make it available to organizations and groups that want to screen the film to advance the cause of improving parenting.

Our next project in development is "We Can't Talk Anymore."
We have lost our ability to effectively communicate with each other.  If we can’t find common ground nothing will get accomplished. We Can’t Talk Anymore explores this decline and carves out a path we need to take to get it back. What we do is only possible through your support.