INSPIREFLIX is looking for personal stories from first generation migrants from the culturally and linguistically diverse communities of Australia. Leaving everything and everyone you know searching for better opportunities in the pursuit of happiness is a profound experience that changes migrants forever. If you consider yourself to be a migrant in Australia and open to share your experiences and views with the rest of the world and future generations, then we’d love to hear your story!
INSPIREFLIX is looking for stories from social entrepreneurs that develop, fund and implement solutions to social, cultural, or environmental issues. Social entrepreneurs typically attempt to further broad social, cultural and environmental goals often associated with the voluntary sector in areas such as poverty alleviation, health care and community development.
INSPIREFLIX is looking for personal stories of individuals from the Australian LGBTQIA youth community. The purpose of this campaign is to offer a safe space for people to share their personal story through a short documentary film. We trust that these films will provide a platform to deepen people’s understanding of LGBTQIA-related issues, terms and concepts to ensure LGBTQIA equality and freedom of discrimination. If you’re open to sharing your story with the world, we’d love to hear from you.
Genice has cerebral palsy, a condition that is caused by abnormal development or damage to the parts of the brain that control movement, balance, and posture. She has been confined to her wheelchair for all her life and had no hope for her conditions to ever get better. Until her visit with Steve Richards Dream Time Healing using Holographic Kinetics where, after one session “it was like the light got switched on…” according to her mother. After her visit, one of the practitioners (Kalka) has suggested that she now starts her physical training so that she can continue to heal and might even stand on her own one day!
“The important thing to remember is that it’s not about us or what we’ve done. It’s about what can be done.” says Kalka Mitchel during a sacred smoke ceremony. His life saving, body, mind and soul transformation work is taken seriously by more and more doctors too, some of which thank him for their patient’s improved or in many case extended life. His noble quest is admired by many in the community, but what keeps him going?