By Elizabeth Leader Smith, December 4, 2012
The Do Something Reel™ Film Festival continues this month with Delicious Peace Grows in a Ugandan Coffee Bean, which tells the inspiring story of interfaith peace through coffee.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, October 2, 2012
The Do Something Reel™ Film Festival continues this month with The Love of Beer, a film that raises a glass to women who are dedicating their lives to craft beer – and in turn fighting stereotypes and changing the way the world views women's roles.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, September 4, 2012
The Do Something Reel™ Film Festival continues this month with Lunch Line, which takes a new look at the National School Lunch Program by exploring its past, current challenges and opportunities for the future.
By Michael Aaron Bepko - Community Manager, August 5, 2012
“Pin It.” Yeah, you know what I’m talking about! If you don’t, then you should. Pinterest is only one of the most beautiful and engrossing sites on the Internet. Why’s that? Because it allows you to curate, organize and share all the gorgeous images and fabulous ideas that you find on the web. When you “pin” an image to your “pinboard,” it keeps the URL of the original website so you can go back for the details later. Like when you’re ready to tackle that great DIY project you pinned.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, August 1, 2012
The Do Something Reel™ Film Festival continues this month with GROW!, a documentary that captures the energy and independence of a fresh crop of young farmers.
By Matt Rigdon, July 24, 2012
An awesome gift just got better. Our new wallet-ready gift cards are made using recycled paper and wood from responsibly managed forests – no more plastic.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, July 1, 2012
The Do Something Reel™ Film Festival continues this month with Truck Farm and King Corn – two films that will have you brainstorming ways to ensure the sustainability of our food system.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, June 2, 2012
A profound, alternative look at the bee crisis, Queen of the Sun takes us on a journey through the catastrophic disappearance of bees and the mysterious world of the beehive.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, May 2, 2012
As the most dammed, dibbed and diverted river in the world struggles to support thirty million people across the western United States and Mexico, the peace-keeping agreement known as the Colorado River Pact is reaching its limits.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, April 22, 2012
Today we're launching the Do Something Reel™ Film Festival, an online collection of provocative, character-driven films that focus on food, environmental issues and everyday people with a vision of making a world of difference.