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.
Tickets are now on sale for LA screenings of The Wrong Light at Laemmle’s Monica Film Center. The 7:40pm screenings on Friday 7/21 and Saturday 7/22 will feature filmmaker Q&As.
Tickets are now on sale for NYC screenings of The Wrong Light at the Cinema Village. The 7:15pm screenings on Friday 7/14 and and Saturday 7/15 will feature filmmaker Q&As.
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.
In this documentary/animated film, a talented group of orphaned children in Swaziland collaborate to write an original African tale about Liyana, a girl on a dangerous quest. Inspired by the children’s darkest memories and brightest dreams, their fictional character’s journey reveals parallels between her fate and that of the young storytellers. Produced in Association with Shine Global.
The Wrong Light
In The Wrong Light, a charismatic activist leads a globally-regarded NGO that provides shelter and education for girls rescued from brothels in Northern Thailand. But as the filmmakers meet the girls and their families, discrepancies begin to emerge and the story takes an unexpected turn.
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