Read and watch Kathy Eldon, Amy Eldon and Bronwen Hughes' captivating interview with CNN's Isha Sesay on Dan's art, life and legacy.
Director Bronwen Hughes Discusses Her Pan-African Travelogue-Biopic-Adventure, The Journey Is the Destination. An astounding achievement in terms of cinema and the human experience, The Journey Is the Destination debuts on Netflix this Tuesday, November 7th.
'The Journey is the Destination' is featured on Vanity Fair's list to watch.
Parents and families have tried everything, they are scared to death and don't know what to do anymore. Addiction Warriors will feature new forms of action never been taken before.
A special exhibit of Dan Eldon prints and a benefit for ROCK THE ELEPHANT® are part of Objects of Art LA.
An end of exhibit event to enjoy dessert, wine, music and good company alongside Revolver's extensive collection of over 200 Warhols
Many designers have used their Shapeways shops to bring attention to important causes and raise money for organizations they care about. We love to bring their stories to light, but we wondered, “isn’t there more we can do to support this good work?”
Creative Activism Fostered In Malibu: Creative Visions Foundation showcases documentary “Be Relentless” at June event.
Dan Eldon and Journey headed back to Toronto to participate in the ScotiaBank Contact Photography festival with an exhibit of Dan's photos and journal pages at Artworld Fine Art Gallery. The exhibit was accompanied by a screening of the film on May 7th - followed by the exhibition opening and after party.
Dan Eldon comes to life in riveting film...
Love, Africa – A memoir of romance, war and survival.
Jeffrey Gettleman book signing and Q&A with Kathy Eldon at Bohdi Tree, Santa Monica
Kathy was invited to participate in The Human Gathering, hosted at Neuehouse in Hollywood, where she discussed the power of one to spark the shift with The Human Gathering Founder, Wesley Chapman.
Phoolan is a feature-length documentary on one of the most controversial and consequential women of our time...
Ten narrative and documentary features films have been named the recipients of Women in Film's 31st annual Film Finishing Fund grant program. They were selected from more than 250 feature-length narrative films, documentaries and shorts submitted from 22 countries around the world.
Creative Visions interviews CEO of Invisible Children, Ben Keesey.
Set in the inspirational learning environment of the Museum of Tolerance, and featuring prominent guest speakers, educators will leave this two day Institute with a customized, student-ready, motivational unit of study.
Two new global partnerships with Special Olympics and Creative Vision’s Rock Your World have been established to help develop empathy and compassion in kids around the world.
Read for more information on the special screening of Tell Spring Not to Come This Year hosted at the Skirball Cultural Center on August 23rd. This project is an incredible story about the war in Afghanistan through the eyes of the Afghans who live it. Tell Spring Not to Come This Year was presented with Best Cinematography and Best Sound Editing.
In case you missed it, check out all of the fun the 'Journey' team had at TIFF 2016.
A film that took a devoted and determined Malibu mother and her daughter 23 years to make is one of just 10 films to receive a gala screening at this month’s prestigious Toronto International Film Festival...
Read the article on Rock Your World's impactful curriculum written our very own program coordinator, Jess Burnquist.