The fundraising film for the $150 million Campaign For Spelman College, launched in 2009. Spelman is an HBCU – Historically Black College & University – for women of African descent. Subjects include students and faculty members, as well as Spelman President, Beverly Daniel Tatum, Professor Andrew Williams and alumna Veronica Biggins.
A film for Purpose Built Communities; the non-profit started by Warren Buffett, Julian Robertson and Tom Cousins. The goal of the project is to transform areas of urban and human blight into thriving communities by focusing on education, mixed-income housing and community services.
A film about the non-profit Middle East peace initiative, Comedy for Peace. Featuring Whoopi Goldberg, Omid Djalili, David Brenner, Harold Ramis, Hanan Ashrawi, Ray Hanania, Aaron Freeman, David Lewis, the head of Fatah in Jenin, a nameless leader of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade and others. Filmed in locations in the US, Israel and Palestine including Ramallah, Tel Aviv, Jenin, Jerusalem, Chicago and Detroit. The film follows the struggles of a palestinian and a jew on a mission to use standup comedy and documentary film to solve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Not surprisingly, they fail.
A short film for the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta to use in their 100th celebration event; the Green Gala. Featuring some of Atlanta’s most distinguished women, all of whom were Girl Scouts and/or Brownies. Produced and directed by David Lewis in conjunction with his Leadership Atlanta 2012 project group.
A fundraising film for Emory University, focused on its financial aid program targeting middle-income students. Used as the key video in Emory’s $1.5 billion dollar campaign. The film focuses on six undergraduates and also includes interviews with Emory President James Wagner, Adsmissions Director Jean Jordan and Trustee Diane Savage.
Winner of a CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) Award of Excellence.
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