- Pesticides on the Playground
- Advancing Backwards: Bolivia's Child Labor Law
- Government Surveillance Undermines Attorney-Client Privilege
- How One US Group is Using Family Values to Promote Global Anti-Gay Hate
- Building Public Trust is a Key Factor in Fighting West Africa's Worst Ebola Outbreak
- In Senate-CIA Fight on Interrogation Report, Another Controversy
- Can This Undercover Nail Polish Detect Date Rape Drugs?
- Boosting Resilience in the Caribbean Countries
- Students Step Up Efforts to Protect Youth Vote
- How Midwives on Sierra Leone's Almost Untouched Turtle Islands are Improving Women's Health
PUBLIC INTEREST PICTURES’
SPARK CHANGE FILM FESTIVAL
Oct 19-21, 2012, Public Interest Pictures offered a unique opportunity for Los Angeles cause-driven nonprofits to tell their stories.
8 nonprofits were paired with 8 filmmakers who wrote, produced, shot, and edited a short film in just 48 hours.