My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Angelight Films Incorporated, New York, NY, USA
Angelight Films fulfills a very original need that has yet to be widely acknowledged among the western medicans. Nearly 100% of the time the focus of the people and professionals surrounding these sick children is on the cells and the proteins. They are handled like a kid that is sick, even when everyone tries not too. Yet unexplained, there is wisdom in these children that lends us to believe they placate to our feelings to protect us more than we do for them. Angelight finds these special children and provides them an outlet to show the world their inner light through their own filter in order that we may see what they are trying to teach us. Subtle lessons their souls pours out through their actions and daily interactions that are often left unnoticed by those that surround them. Through the medium of film and through Stephanie Angel's brilliance, the beautiful ideas of these children are scripted into films of their design and produced into magic pieces that embody the children's original intent. Very little is lost in translation from child's idea to feeling of the patron watching the film - that's the magic of Stephanie Angel - that's the magic of Angelight Films - that's the magic of these kids...
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
When cued right, what a child can remind you of can bring you back to things inside yourself that you have forgotten or given up on. I have never grown up, but these films and these kids remind me that I'm on the right track... :)
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Hire more crew, full time editor, a social worker, an office manager and a few more directors - send $$$ and well keep crankin' harder !!!
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What is its top priority in the long run?
To secure the funds to hire more crew and staff to make more films!
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