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Large Community

{nicedownloads:7}For one large, community event for 1 -100 people. Includes DVD to screen, electronic publicity materials and license to screen the film once in front of 1 – 100 people (ticket sales are encouraged).

Home Screening DVD

{nicedownloads:4} Watch LUNCH The Film in your home ONLY. Includes DVD, electronic publicity materials and license to screen the film in a home. PLEASE NOTE: This license is for HOME SCREENINGS ONLY – if you plan to host a screening in a public space, please purchase a Community License.

LUNCH The Film

{nicedownloads:4} About LUNCH As nation-wide funding for school cafeterias rapidly decreases and high-calorie, low-nutrient meals have become order of the day, our nation’s children are being afflicted by a slew of diet-based diseases. In LUNCH, a revealing short documentary, director Avis Richards investigates the causes and the consequences of “growing up in a junk-food culture.” […]

Volunteer

Volunteers are an essential aspect of making Birds Nest Foundation a success. Birds Nest Foundation welcomes those passionate about video production, media content and philanthropic efforts to help expand our cause. The skillful knowledge of volunteers contributes to charities’ creative platforms all across the country! Here at the Birds Nest Foundation, we hope to inspire […]

Mercury: Hero or Villain?

Imagine the power of the only liquid metal to ever be discovered. It combines forces with other metals to unite and conquer. It’s been used to heal; it’s been used to preserve; it’s been use to create. But how do we know if all of this power is used for good or evil? Introducing mercury: […]

Charter school finds an angel in Agassi

When the 5- and 6-year-olds in Betsy Lawson and Brittany Fix’s kindergarten class read books, learn their numbers or dance and sing to rehearse for a performance next Monday, they stay in one brightly colored room that looks just like any other kindergarten room:

Standing up to melanoma

With all the melanoma research news lately, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of the current study results involving Yervoy (ipilumumab) and vemurafenib that were announced at ASCO.

Advocates, 150 Children with Type 1 Diabetes Urge FDA to Enable Critical Research on Life-saving Artificial Pancreas to Move Forward

(WASHINGTON, D.C., June 22, 2011) – Kevin Kline and four children with type 1 diabetes urged the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to take immediate action to accelerate the research and review of artificial pancreas systems at a hearing before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs. The hearing, “Transforming Lives through Diabetes […]