TRANSFORMING CHILDREN’S LIVESTHROUGH FILM
Shine Global gives voice to children by telling stories
of their resilience to raise awareness, promote action and inspire change.
As you may have heard, the recently proposed FY 18 federal budget eliminates funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, along with 16 other independent agencies. Shine Global wishes to join the hundreds of artists and organizations expressing dismay over these cuts. The NEA plays a vital role in the cultural life of the US, as well as being an economic driver of a thriving arts and culture industry.
Today is International Women’s Day and Shine Global is very proud to celebrate the many women we have worked with over the years as filmmakers, subjects, and activists. Over 70% of the films Shine has produced or been involved with since our founding, have been directed or co-directed by women while all of them have had female producers.
Who we are
Shine Global is a non-profit media company. We produce inspiring films and compelling content about at-risk children. Through tailored distribution and outreach, we connect with our audiences in communities, classrooms, museums, and on Capitol Hill as part of a powerful engagement campaign to encourage social change.
Shine Global aims to harness the power of documentary film as a dynamic force for positive change by creating a full outreach and engagement campaign for each of our films.
Our Latest Films
Shine’s mission is to give voice to children by telling stories of their resilience to raise awareness, promote action, and inspire change.
The Eagle Huntress
This film follows Aisholpan, a 13 year old nomad girl, as she prepares to take on the all-male, all-grown-up world of Eagle Hunters at the annual Festival in the snow-capped Altai Mountains of North West Mongolia. More Info
1 Way Up
1 WAY UP in 3D is the story of Tre and Quillan, two teenage boys on the road to the BMX World Championships. They hope to escape one of the toughest gang neighborhoods in London with the only thing they have – a bike.
The Academy Award®-winning INOCENTE is an inspiring coming -of-age story of a 15-year old girl in California. Though homeless and undocumented, she refuses to give up on her dream of being an artist, proving that the hand she has been dealt does not define her.