Engage (2 min film)

Over the course of 6 months, we asked people from all over the world to film themselves feeling their heartbeat and thinking about what it means. This is the film that unfolded…

Engage premiered at Interdependence Day 2012, screening live at Interdependence Day events in Los Angeles with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s office. See complete list of credits and participants.

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Free customized version of Engage:

Are you part of a school or nonprofit organization working to inspire your community and make the world a better place? We will make a free version of this film with your logo and call to action. See the list of organizations already using the film. 

Help translate:

Engage has already been translated into many languages including: Swahili, Spanish, French, Chinese, Arabic, Hindi, and Russian. The Let it Ripple films combined have been translated into over 70 languages. 

Help translate the films to spread these messages around the world.


“The difference between what we are doing and what we are capable of doing
would solve most of the world’s problems.” – Mahatma Gandhi


 

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