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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Charity Helps At-Risk Youth

Mario Fedelin of Big Citizen HUB is working with at risk youth in the Los Angeles area to expand their social capital, enabling them succeed.

Recently, I caught up with Mario for a quick interview to learn more about his crowdfunding campaign on Razoo.

What is the social benefit you hope to achieve with or through your crowdfunding campaign?

The mission of Big Citizen HUB is to build a community of Big Citizens, expanding the social capital of youth through curiosity, gratitude, team and adventure.

Big Citizen HUB is a Saturday youth leadership development and skills building program that runs from January through August, uniting young people from all over the Los Angeles area. It is a little league for civic action; a space for young people to transform into Big Citizens and practice “daily democracy.” As these Big Citizens work together with community members and near-peer team leaders, they expand their networks and create value for not only themselves, but also the community at large.

How much money are you hoping to raise and why? How much have you raised so far?

Our goal is to raise $25,000 to help with start-up costs, leverage for larger long-term gifts from foundations and individuals, engage our supporters, and introduce our brand to the greater Los Angeles area. We have currently raised $11,584.

Whom are you trying to help with your project and why?

In 2015, Big Citizen HUB will launch with 75 middle school participants (Big Citizens), coming together from all over Los Angeles (with an emphasis on Boyle Heights, West LA, South LA, Watts and Pico Union). In this first year we anticipate about 80% of Big Citizens coming from low income families, with a racial breakdown as follows: 55% Latino, 10% Asian, 15% African American, 15% Caucasian, and 5% multiracial.

Increasingly, Americans, particularly young people, are losing faith in public institutions. This is evidenced in low voter turnout, high school graduation and volunteer rates. A disengaged population quickly becomes a disenfranchised population. Specifically in Los Angeles, there are several related problems plaguing adolescents, including low overall academic achievement, gang violence, a lack of programs geared for middle school students, and racial and socioeconomic divides in the city. The large-scale challenges – social, environmental, economic – facing our globally connected world will require local, person-to-person participation and solutions. Adolescence is a key strategic time to engage youth in leadership, civic engagement and service initiatives – after which welfare dependency, limited productivity, and other social problems become life patterns for those who are not engaged.

Working in the field of education and youth development, we noticed there’s a gap – there are not many organizations bringing youth together from all parts of the city. When you look at what it takes to be successful in the workplace, hard skills are certainly important. But what’s equally important, and what often makes one person a better leader, is the ability to collaborate, solve problems, think critically, and communicate with others. Those skills can only be fully honed when one has the opportunity to work with and learn from those who have different backgrounds than their own. As we learn to relate to others and build meaningful relationships with those who are different from ourselves, we become able to see things from many perspectives, alter our style of communication to be most effective in various situations, and work successfully on all kinds of teams. People who can do these things well become great leaders in their workplace, as well as our communities. Most leadership theorists believe that the skills critical for effective leadership, including the capacity to understand and interact with others, are developed most deeply in adolescence and young adulthood. Big Citizen HUB is providing the space necessary for young people to convene and practice engagement with diverse groups of peers.

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Seed Equity, Founded by Ernst and Young Entrepreneur and the Year, Launches U.S. Registered Broker-dealer and Online Equity-based Investing Platform for Startups

  • Seed Equity opens its equity-based crowdfunding platform to a global audience of investors and startups.
  • Founder Todd Crosland previously started and sold Interbank FX. Seed Equity CTO is a Stanford Computer Science graduate who earlier worked on the team developing Addepar’s financial product
  • Seed Equity takes its equity investment network to a global audience of investors and startups. The company is registered Broker-dealer with the SEC, and is a member FINRA and SIPC
  • Crowd-funding platform allows entrepreneurs to share information, pursue due diligence processes, apply for funding, and close investment agreements. Investors receive necessary accreditation after which they look for and vet online, investment opportunities 
  • Seed Equity already spans the US, Australia, Brazil, China, Denmark, Egypt, Hungary, Israel, Japan, Philippines, Poland, Russian Federation, Romania, Singapore, South Korea, Honduras, Cyprus, Mongolia, Nicaragua, Turkey and United Kingdom. The company is preparing to open an office in Tel Aviv
  • According to reports, US investors invested $200 million into startups using equity investment crowd-funding campaigns in 2013

August 19th, 2014Seed Equity Ventures, LLC (Seed Equity) announces the launch of its U.S. Registered Broker-dealer and proprietary equity-based crowdfunding platform, built to connect investors with entrepreneurs and startups across the globe.

The platform allows entrepreneurs to share information about their startup, carry out due diligence processes, apply for funding, and close formal international investment agreements with multiple investors.

Investors receive the necessary registrations and accreditations, after which they can become mentors or thought leaders for specific industries and keep their eyes on potential investment possibilities around the world.

Seed Equity’s launch comes at a time when the startup market is expanding geographically and investment is being diversified through crowd-funding initiatives.

“Countries like Israel and Chile have actively been supporting their own startup ecosystems through grants and tax breaks which has spurred a boom of promising startups across the globe,” said Seed Equity founder and CEO Todd Crosland, a former Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and winner of multiple Inc. 500 awards.

However, hundreds of foreign entrepreneurs continue to move their startups to the US to improve their access to investors who continue to invest mostly in local tech hubs such as San Francisco and New York City.

“This is why we are seeing an increase in equity investment crowd-funding that allow promising foreign entrepreneurs to seek their investments at home,” Crosland adds.

According to recent research, US investors invested $200 million into startups using equity investment crowd-funding campaigns in 2013. Multiple analysts estimate that this amount is likely to at least double this year.

“This trend to seek investment through crowd-funding is much more prevalent abroad, especially in developing tech hubs where the geographical and psychological barriers between the entrepreneur and potential US investors long impeded local startups to push through,” said Crosland.

“Seed Equity was founded to provide growth equity to entrepreneurs whether they are located in San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Bangalore, London, or Shanghai. The company’s mission is to help find the best and brightest entrepreneurs and connect them with global institutional and individual investors,” adds the founder.

The platform “provides investors with greater interaction and transparency with their potential investments. We believe our technology will help assist the ‘wisdom of the crowd’ in the vetting and investing process,” says the founder.

Seed Equity is a registered Broker-dealer with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and a member of FINRA and SIPC.

Crosland stressed that his company provides “one of the first global equity based, social investing platforms that connects startups and growth companies with institutional and individual investors from around the world,” adding that the focus of many prior funding services has been on the US market only.

Seed Equity’s current network already spans countries like the United States, Australia, Brazil, China, Denmark, Egypt, Hungary, Israel, Japan, Philippines, Poland, Russian Federation, Romania, Singapore, South Korea and Turkey, Cyprus, Honduras, Nicaragua, United Kingdom and is expected to grow.

The company itself is also branching out and is preparing to open an office in Tel Aviv, Israel, in support of existing offices in San Francisco and Salt Lake City.

In order to create the company necessary to make the platform work, Seed Equity is working with Stanford Computer Science graduate Clifton Crosland and a number of leading members of the team that helped grow Interbank FX, a company founded by Crosland in 2001 and sold in 2011. Interbank FX is a Retail Foreign Exchange Dealer, registered with the U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission, a member of the National Futures Association and authorized and regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

Now, more than ever, startups are rethinking the role of crowd-funding, and Seed Equity — founded by an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year — is poised to play a central role at the forefront of that shift.

About Seed Equity

Seed Equity Ventures, LLC is a registered Broker Dealer with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and a member of FINRA and SIPC. The firm is authorized to engage in private placement of securities and M&A advisory services. Seed Equity was founded to provide growth equity to Entrepreneurs and their Startups in exciting industries throughout the world. Seed Equity’s mission is to help find the best and brightest entrepreneurs and connect them with global institutional and individual investors.

About FINRA and SIPC

For more information about FINRA, please visit www.finra.org.
For more information about SIPC, please visit www.sipc.org.

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New Broker-Dealer Launches Global Crowdfunding Platform

Proven entrepreneur Todd Crosland launched a new broker-dealer crowdfunding platform called SeedEquity to serve the globe. Todd was recognized by Ernst & Young as Entrepreneur of the Year for the success achieved with InterbankFX, which was repeatedly listed on the Inc. 500.

“Seed Equity was founded to provide growth equity to entrepreneurs whether they are located in San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Bangalore, London, or Shanghai. The company’s mission is to help find the best and brightest entrepreneurs and connect them with global institutional and individual investors,” Todd said.

On Wednesday, August 20, 2014, at 2:00 Eastern, Todd will join me here live for a discussion about the launch and the impact that will have for entrepreneurs around the globe. Tune in here then.

Todd will be speaking at GoodCrowd14, the Social Enterprise and Crowdfunding Conference on September 26, 2014 at Snowbird. 

More about SeedEquity:

Seed Equity Ventures, LLC is a registered Broker Dealer with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and a member of FINRA and SIPC. The firm is authorized to engage in private placement of securities and M&A advisory services. Seed Equity was founded to provide growth equity to Entrepreneurs and their Startups in exciting industries throughout the world. Seed Equity’s mission is to help find the best and brightest entrepreneurs and connect them with global institutional and individual investors.

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Todd’s bio:

A seasoned entrepreneur, Mr. Crosland has demonstrated the ability to build successful teams and companies. Mr. Crosland was the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Interbank FX, LLC (“IBFX”; www.IBFX.com), from 2001 until he sold the firm in 2011. IBFX was a Futures Commission Merchant and Retail Foreign Exchange Dealer registered with the U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission. IBFX was also authorized and regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

IBFX was a worldwide leader in retail Forex trading services. IBFX offered individual traders, fund managers and institutional customer’s proprietary technology and tools to trade Forex online. IBFX saw Global customers grow to over 40,000, in more than 140 countries. Annual trading volume reached $750 billion. IBFX had 120 employees and offices in Beijing, China; Seoul, South Korea; Sydney, Australia; Salt Lake City, Utah and London, England.

IBFX and Mr. Crosland have received many awards, including: The Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award and numerous Inc. 500 awards.

Mr. Crosland’s career includes many real estate development projects. From 1992 – 2008, Mr. Crosland developed over 1,000 residential building lots. The largest project was the 14,000 acre development, Wolf Creek Ranch, (www.wolfcreekranch.com), located near Park City, Utah.

In 1996, Mr. Crosland purchased Rex Industries, (www.rexindustries.com), a 75 year old Industrial Steel Manufacturing company. Mr. Crosland remains the owner and Chairman of the Board.

Mr. Crosland holds a B.A. in Business (Business Finance) from the University of Utah. He also currently holds the following Securities Licenses: Series 7, 24, and 63 and previously held series 3 and 30 Licenses.

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Jump! Fills Seniors’ Bucket List and Inspires Next Generation

Ready-set-go. Jump! is a dream-granting non-profit organization that helps seniors to achieve what’s left on their life-long “bucket list.” From adventure to learning a new instrument, they make wishes come true while engaging the community to help inspire other seniors to reach for their dreams.

Examples include Estelle Eisenberg who went skydiving on her 90th birthday, and Edna Baldwin who drove a race car one week before turning 92. You don’t have to be so daring to find inspiration. Other stories include Joe Lanahan who started playing guitar at 85, and 86-year-old Fran Bera who is an active pilot and continues to mentor flight students. Unlike many other charities, no salaries are paid through Jump! This means 100% of your funds go straight to helping making dreams come true and inspiring others – young and old.

Each participant’s journey is captured through a documentary video – a “Jumpisode.” These amazing life stories are shared on their website, social media outlets, as well as presentations to senior communities across the country. The wait lists for participation are growing – and with your help Jump! will make more adventures and special moments happen. Now the Jump! folks need your help to keep this amazing and inspiring charitable adventure going. They’ve launched a crowdsourced Indiegogo campaign to help get adequate funding to support both current and future adventures and documentary ‘Jumpisodes’ that capture it all to inspire future generations.

Their mission is to keep each story relevant and adding more seniors with variety of inspiring bucket list items. Jump! then helps tell the story via these “Jumpisodes,” which are shared via both social media and many public speaking engagements. Since launching the charity almost two years ago (on October 15, 2012) they have helped many seniors achieve their dreams and inspired countless others with their stories. As Jump! founder Mr. Webb Weiman explains this goes deeper than ticking off a wish list. “…It goes beyond fulfilling the bucket list. … It finds seniors who continue to live extraordinary lives who inspire other seniors to do the same.” Your support helps open possibilities for many more – wait lists are growing as word gets out.

“We want people to know there’s life beyond the rocking chair,” says Weiman. Donations of any amount are welcome and there are now 5 official but awesome perks. For $300 you get to be the founder’s guest for a round of golf in beautiful La Quinta, CA, with lunch included. Every dollar makes a difference. The more you give, the more seniors and their families they can help. There’s a long wait list and you can make their dreams happen. Can’t donate? You can still help by sharing the links with everyone in your networks and hitting “Like” on the myjump.org Facebook page. “Please help us to inspire the generation that made our world today possible!”

Indiegogo Campaign: Jump!

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CommitChange Announces Paid Features. Core Technology to Remain Free

CommitChange, a company that provides online fundraising tools to nonprofits, will launch its first paid features on August 31st. The company has decided to offer its entire core fundraising toolset at no cost. All users that have been implemented prior to August 31st will be “grandfathered” in for free as a thank you for early adoption.

The free version will include a donation page, access to campaigns, and event hosting without website integrations. The first paid features will be $75 per month, and include a donate button integration on the nonprofit’s website, campaign and events widgets, and detailed analytics on donor data. CommitChange is currently processing tens of thousands of dollars in monthly donations for nonprofits in 18 states.

Interested nonprofits can create their profile and begin accepting donations in about 5 minutes. “It was really important to us to offer our basic tools for free.” Said Chief Marketing Officer Jason Nicosia. “There are over a million nonprofits in the U.S., but many have a small budget, and simply can’t afford the tools currently in the market.” CommitChange says that it will be releasing donor management tools and a full CRM by the end of the year.

“The widgets that a nonprofit can embed onto their websites made perfect sense as our first paid feature.” Says CEO Roderick Campbell. “We modeled our donation button after the record-breaking success of the Obama online fundraising campaign, and built our tools to seamlessly integrate into a nonprofit’s website. Our full suite of features makes it much easier for a nonprofit to consolidate its data into one location, and use that data to have more sophisticated interactions with its supporters.”

CommitChange recently closed a $700,000 seed round led by Tim Draper, Mark Cuban, and 500Startups to reinvent digital philanthropy. Until the end of the month, early adopters can create a profile on www.CommitChange.com, and upgrade packages for free. Beginning August 31st, paid features will be $75 monthly.

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New Company Uses Veterans to Back Veterans’ Entrepreneurship

Mark Rockefeller just launched a new peer-to-peer lending site that focuses on serving veterans called StreetShares. Veterans are significantly more likely to become entrepreneurs than other Americans. StreetShares works to fund veterans’ entrepreneurship with money from other veterans.

Mark Rockefeller

To learn more about the company, I caught up with Mark and this is what I learned.

Mark, what inspired you to launch StreetShares and why the special interest in veterans?

As an Iraq war veteran and former securities attorney, I know firsthand the challenges veterans face as they transition to civilian life and the struggle business owners have had finding capital since the recession dried up credit. The military instills many traits that have made veterans successful entrepreneurs for generations. But the rigors of military service (frequent deployments, frequent moves, and geographic instability) also make it difficult for veterans to establish the credit or home-ownership that are important to getting a small business loan.

At the same time, veteran business owners are facing the same challenges as any other small business owner in the country, including the fact that strict lending regulations, big bank consolidation and dwindling community banks leave small businesses with very few options for finding affordable capital. Business owners get to choose between difficult-to-obtain bank loans and costly online loan sharks.
Veterans are an underserved population when it comes to business loans. This is why we created StreetShares.

How is serving veterans as entrepreneurs different than serving other entrepreneurs?

It is a joy to support entrepreneurs of all kinds. But it is a particular joy to support veteran entrepreneurs. Shouldn’t those who fought to support this country be the first to benefit from the economic opportunities that this country provides?I enjoy working with veterans. We are a diverse community that shares a common commitment to something bigger than ourselves – nation, family, community – that binds us together. Veterans also have the discipline to create a detailed plan and execute on that plan. I’d bet on my fellow veterans to successfully run a small business.

How does your platform work for borrowers?

While we focus on veteran business owners, any small business owner can apply through our platform.

The steps are simple:

  1. Small businesses apply to post their loan request on StreetShares.com. 
  2. StreetShares provides small businesses with the unique opportunity to “pitch” their loan request directly to StreetShares member investor. Where else can borrowers be heard? Certainly not at the bid banks. 
  3. StreetShares also co-invests in every loan in a fully transparent way. We share how we priced the loan and the predicted chance of default that we assign to the loan. We then place the loan on the StreetShares market.
  4. Investors than survey the loan requests and bid to fund a portion of the loan request. Investors name both the amount of the loan they wish to provide and the interest rate that investor would require. 
  5. Finally, StreetShares combines the lowest bids into a single loan for the borrower.

It’s like Shark Tank meets eBay for small business loans.

Borrowers must meet the following criteria before their loans are underwritten: a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, in business for at least a year, earning revenue, and have their business be incorporated or an LLC.

What can borrowers do to strengthen their pitches?

One of the most unique things about StreetShares is that borrowers can tell their story directly to investors. Investors want to hear from borrowers:

Why do they need the loan?

What do they plan to do with the money?

What makes their business unique? How will the loan help the owner achieve the business’s goals?

At a big bank, a borrower becomes nothing more than an index number. But there is so much more to a business owner than the financials. Sure, investors also have the financial information and vital signs of the business to help them decide if they want to invest in the business. But hearing from the borrower directly gives the investor the whole picture.

Direct communication from borrower to lender is how banks used to be. StreetShares uses technology to bring that back.

How do investors go about lending on the platform?

Investors must apply to join StreetShares as investor members. For right now, all investors must be accredited investors. But we try to make the process as easy and efficient as possible. When a prospective investor signs up on our site (for free), they are guided through our questionnaire and process of verifying their accredited investor status. Investing on StreetShares is not for everybody, and we want to make sure the investor has the financial know-how and experience to understand how to properly evaluate a business borrower.Once they are verified and approved, they can then fund their account. Once this step is complete, investors can start viewing and bidding on open loans.

What should borrowers expect to pay in fees and interest rates and what should investors expect to earn?

StreetShares is paid a one-time origination fee from the amount raised for the borrower. This is between 1.5% and 4.95%. This fee is borne by the borrower.

StreetShares services the loans and takes a 1% servicing fee of all repayments. This fee is borne by the investors.

Investors may bid between 1% and 29%. We have seen 1% bids and we have seen 29% bids. The lowest bids are combined to form the loan, and the borrower pays the average rate of the bids. Our average borrower interest rate is in the mid-teens, with borrower rates as low as 5%.

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100,000 US Children Are Victims of Trafficking Annually

100,000 US Children Are Victims of Trafficking Annually

Facing Her Own Mortality, Teenager Films Her Ordeal for Documentary

Kristin Powers would like her generation to be the last to face the prospect of Huntington’s Disease, a deadly disease that robs middle-aged adults of their ability to function normally before taking their lives. Kristin’s mother died from the disease and Kristin has a 50 percent chance of inheriting it.

Kristin has made a documentary film called Twitch about her experience. She is crowdfunding to help with the distribution of the film. Read our interview below.

What is the social benefit you hope to achieve with or through your crowdfunding campaign?

Twitch is a documentary film that follows 18-year-old Kristen Powers as she undergoes genetic testing for an incurable brain disorder that led to the death of her mother. Even though the film is in the nascent stage of its international tour, it has had profound impacts on medical students, Huntington’s disease families, and the general public. The aim of this documentary is to spark conversation about the implications of genetic testing, as well as remove the stigma surrounding neurological disorders such as Huntington’s disease.

How much money are you hoping to raise and why? How much have you raised so far?

The Twitch Team needs $10,000 to reach all the locations where we have been requested. Since Huntington’s disease communities are often small and underrepresented, we try our best to reach any community that requests us. So far, this has included places like Germany and Australia. However, even local screenings in the United States costs anywhere from $100 to $200 a pop. We will use the $10,000 to pay for transportation, lodging, venue rental, equipment rental, and educational print-outs. All tax-deductible donations can be made to our fiscal sponsor, La Filmforum.

Whom are you trying to help with your project and why?

Genetic testing is increasingly becoming more relevant to any individual with access to a genetic testing clinic. It is important that the general public discusses the consequences of knowing one’s medical fate, including medical professionals. As of now, Twitch has focused on genetic counseling programs as genetic counselors can have a profound impact on the life of an individual undergoing the testing process.

Additionally, this film aims to reaffirm that the Huntington’s disease community is not alone. Our film has raised a tremendous amount of attention to the cause and has provided enormous amounts of hope to the HD community, which is often underserved and ignored by many medical communities and films.

Filmmaker Raises Money For Documentary Exposing Human Trafficking In India

Recently, I met documentary filmmaker Casey Allred, who is producing a film about sex trafficking in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The story is tragic but exposing it is key to ending the suffering of young girls in this region. The film is called Stolen Innocence and their Kickstarter campaign just launched today.

I caught up with Casey this morning to get the latest information on the campaign. Here’s what he told me.

What is the social benefit you hope to achieve with or through your crowdfunding campaign?

The documentary, Stolen Innocence, visits India, Nepal and Bangladesh, telling first hand accounts of sex trafficking survivors. Stories are heart wrenching and powerful, interviewing brothel owners, traffickers and anti-trafficking activists.

Chris Davis and I will use funds to complete film production, and raise awareness of the sex trafficking problem; giving a voice to silenced victims of the trade. Casey then has hopes to continue his philanthropy work in education, opening female-only schools and breaking the cycle of trafficking.

When asked why he’s doing this, Allred responds ‘We all have the power within us to save these girls. Bringing this film to the masses is a step toward achieving that. Helping just one girl would make it all worth it.’

How much money are you hoping to raise and why? How much have you raised so far?

Starting August 7th, the Kickstarter campaign has until September 7th 23.59 PST to reach fundraising goal of $100k. The campaign has raised $5,600 in the first two hours.

If the full amount isn’t achieved, the film gets no funding. This all or nothing approach is risky, but keeps momentum high. It is scary, but it’s the best platform for us. We have faith that people will support this cause and help us save these girls.

If the campaign is successful, all funds will go directly toward finishing the documentary on sex trafficking. Costs include a production crew, marketing team, and distribution.

However, fighting for the exploited has not been easy, even stateside. A Rigby, Idaho native, I have self-funded the project so far, and risked homelessness by moving to San Francisco for the cause – the best location for fundraising. When filming in India, exposing this industry presents constant risks to our safety, as well as deportation from a country we love.

Whom are you trying to help with your project and why?

I set up Effect.org in 2010, with the intent of providing education to India’s children.The problem was dire with India home to 38% of the world’s illiterate people.

While in college, a small team and I successfully built a school in Bihar, India. During this work, I noticed a troubling trend – a decrease in numbers of female students.

Investigating the problem, a local attorney reluctantly let me in on the answer – schools and families were losing their girls to the sex trafficking trade. With the world’s largest trafficking ring operating in India, the issue was substantial.

With one third of the country living below the poverty line, many victims are deprived and uneducated. With no enforcement of laws and minimal government involvement, traffickers see the poor as low risk.

The issue quickly became personal. Learning that education is the best proven way to prevent trafficking, bringing these issues together was crucial.

I teamed up with award winning filmmaker Chris Davis to give the girls of the sex trafficking trade a voice, with a documentary spanning India, Nepal and Bangladesh.

What rewards, if any, are you offering to your supporters?

There are a range of rewards, including: Your name listed in credits after the film, dinner in San Francisco with filmmakers, exclusive invitations to early screenings, personal digital copies of the documentary, a high quality documentary poser, a trip to India hosted by filmmakers, and professional images shot by filmmakers whilst on location.

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