WeRiseUP

WeRiseUP is a culture-shifting documentary that presents a new model of success for the world. The film brings together some of the most brilliant, accomplished, and high-impact thought, social, political, and business leaders of our day, including the United Nations and key global leaders.
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WeRiseUP is a culture-shifting documentary that presents a new model of success for the world. The film brings together some of the most brilliant, accomplished, and high-impact thought, social, political, and business leaders of our day, including the United Nations and key global leaders. Featuring His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Amina Mohammed (Secretary-Deputy of the United Nations), Blake Mycoskie (CEO, TOMS Shoes), Moby (Grammy Award-Winning Musician), John Mackey (CEO, Whole Foods Market), Dwight Howard (NBA All-Star), Luke Nosek (Co-Founder, PayPal), Charles Eisenstein (writer & speaker), and Prince Ea (filmmaker & activist), along with many others. Transitioning between intimate dialogue to cinematically stunning visuals and music-driven interstitials, this film is a radical departure from the expert-driven documentary, taking the audience into a personal journey of inquiry, reflection, and action. The film explores the movement to redefine a new model of success, which uplifts and empowers people to live radically fulfilled, purpose-driven lives. Attending the screening and Q&A will be Director Michael Shaun Conaway and Producers Alex Melnyk and Kate Maloney, along with other special guests from the film.

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Director(s): Michael Shaun Conaway

Producer(s): Kate Maloney (Executive), Alex Melnyk

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Language: English

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