DEI / SOCIAL IMPACT Film & Speaker Program


Our DEI / Social Impact film and speaker program leverages the power of storytelling through films and conversations with filmmakers (and other extraordinary changemakers) as a catalyst for courageous conversations that awaken hearts and foster greater empathy, inclusion and purposeful action.   Our films topics include bias, mental health, LGBTQ+ (and specifically transgender awareness), cultural humility, veterans, homelessness and much more.   Companies like Amazon, Google and Discover are engaging their employees in our film program with great success.

Each session is professionally facilitated to ensure meaningful engagement, and includes a call to action.  It’s not just about awareness; it’s about driving change.

Why Choose Our Program?

Impactful Change:

Witness the transformation of your workplace culture as your team engages in powerful conversations and takes meaningful action.


Our program is designed to resonate with all members of your organization, creating a sense of belonging for everyone.


Our diverse range of topics ensures that we address the most pressing DEI issues of our time.


The voices of award-winning filmmakers and changemakers will leave your team inspired and motivated.

Join us on a journey of transformation. Together, we can awaken hearts, foster greater empathy, and inspire genuine inclusion and purposeful action.

We offer an extensive library of over 4,000 award-winning short documentaries from across the world that explore powerful social issues

Each film session includes a live Q&A session with the filmmaker or character(s) featured in the film, and a call to action that gives your employees the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in their communities.
* In partnership with StoryBolt

Cultural Humility

Welcome to Shelbyville

Welcome to Shelbyville

Featured Speaker: Kim Snyder

Through the vibrant and colorful characters of Shelbyville, the film explores immigrant integration and the interplay between race, religion, and identity in this dynamic dialogue.

Regaining our Humanity

Dr. Jim Withers

One Bridge to the Next

Featured Speaker: Dr. Jim Withers 

In One Bridge to the Next, Dr. Withers and his team navigate riverbanks, bridges, and alleyways to bring medical help and social justice to those who have fallen through the cracks of society.

Transgender Allyship

You're Loved

You’re Loved

Featured Speaker: Filmmaker Carys Malone and Trans Advocate Topher Malone

Transgender youth tell their stories of resilience in an era of increasing injustice to inspire positive action, generate meaningful conversations, and create a welcoming environment for all.

Implicit Bias


Featured Speaker: Robin Hauser

As humans, we are biased, yet few of us are willing to admit it. This film follows filmmaker Robin Hauser on a journey to uncover her hidden biases and explore how unconscious bias defines relationships, workplaces, the justice system, and technology. Bias contemplates the question: Can we de-bias our brains?

D&I in the Workplace

Woman in Motion

Woman in Motion*

Featured Speaker: Todd Thompson

This film follows Nichelle Nichols, who is most commonly known as Lt. Uhura in Star Trek, and her daunting task of helping NASA recruit 8,000 of the nation’s best and brightest, including the trailblazing astronauts who became the first African American, Asian, and Latino men and women to fly in space.


Stigma Strong

Stigma: Strong*

Featured Speaker: Ariana Alejandra Gibson

Brazilian jiu jitsu athlete and child abuse survivor, John shares an intimate and vulnerable perspective on what it takes to thrive with PTSD and challenges us to share our stories so that those who suffer in silence will no longer feel alone.

Belonging and Representation

Being e
Featured Speaker: Denise Soler Cox

Follow individuals from the Latino community on their journey to uncover their ancestry and embrace their identity to understand the importance of diverse representation in the workplace.

Transgender Awareness

That's My Boy

That’s My Boy*

Featured Speaker: Akhil Sathyan

That’s My Boy is a documentary on gender identity and the successful and remarkable life of Sonu, who transitioned from female to male.

Ignite heartfelt inclusion and purpose in your company and communities!