Close
Fill out the form and have your act
be heard on our homepage.

Where is this going? What does it look like? See a sample submission

  • Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg.
    Must be 1920px wide X 1080px high at 72dpi and be saved as a .jpg file.
Main index

UCSB Hosts ANGELS IN EXILE at The Carsey-Wolf Center.

– DIG DEEPER via Carsey-Wolf Center, Hosted by Richard Hutton with guests Billy Raftery and Adam Paul Smith

 

The University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) hosted a screening of ANGELS IN EXILE at The Carsey-Wolf Center. Following the film, Richard Hutton leads a discussion with the filmmakers, director Billy Raftery (Children Rise) and producer Adam Paul Smith (Act 4 Entertainment) to share more on how the film came together, some of the challenges in making this film and what they hope to do with ANGELS IN EXILE.

The film ANGELS IN EXILE will be used as a vehicle to further global advocacy, as well as provide proceeds to benefit the advancement of partner’s work, like that of Tom and Umthombo.
 
CHECK OUT THE FILM: ANGELS IN EXILE

 
DIG DEEPER Video via Carsey-Wolf Center
All content herein © 2012 Act 4 Entertainment, LLC
For comments & questions, please use comment feature at the bottom of this page

Dig deeper

From The Streets: My First Zulu Class

“The kids started to ask me about what it was like in America. I told them a story or two and they then began to open up, telling me about their day, where they were from, leading to them teaching me bits of the Zulu language…”
– DIG DEEPER by Billy Raftery (ANGELS IN EXILE)
&nbsp . . .

View Article

UCSB Screening w/ Billy Raftery & Adam Paul Smith

UCSB Hosts ANGELS IN EXILE at The Carsey-Wolf Center.
– DIG DEEPER via Carsey-Wolf Center, Hosted by Richard Hutton with guests Billy Raftery and Adam Paul Smith

 

The University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) hosted a screening of ANGELS IN EXILE at The Carsey-Wolf Center. Following the film, Richard Hutton leads a . . .

View Article

A New Play’s Timely Commentary on American Values

A New Play’s Timely Commentary on American Values
– DIG DEEPER via The Opportunity Agenda’s Alan Jenkins

 

“the idea is to write it so that people hear it and it slides through the brain and goes straight to the heart.” – Maya Angelou

 
Art’s great power is to transform what’s possible . . .

View Article

Shrinking “middle class” bad for America?

The Shrinking “Middle Class” Bad For America? YES, here’s how…

View Article