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Distribution Update

What is Philanthropy? continues to expand its reach thanks to the promotional efforts of Indiana University Press and Producer Salvatore Alaimo.  Each week we’re seeing new individual and institutional sales.  The documentary is now being used by 29 universities from around the world and is … Continue reading

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Movie Babble interviews Producer

Nick Kush from Movie Babble recently interviewed Producer Salvatore Alaimo about the process of making What is Philanthropy? Nick asks thought provoking and insightful questions. You can access the interview here.

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Documentary earns a ‘B’ on Movie Babble

What is Philanthropy? was recently reviewed by Nick Kush at Movie Babble. Click here for the review which Producer Salvatore Alaimo agrees is “no nonsense” and “meant to educate as well as entertain,” as stated on the Movie Babble site. … Continue reading

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Distribution Update

What is Philanthropy? continues to expand its reach thanks to the promotional efforts of Indiana University Press and Producer Salvatore Alaimo.  Each week we’re seeing new individual and institutional sales.  The documentary is now being used by 23 universities from around … Continue reading

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Producer interviewed on The Michael Chatman Giving Show

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Free 39-page Educator’s Guide available for higher education

College and university instructors that use What is Philanthropy? for their classes can access a free, 39-page Educator’s Guide through the Indiana University ScholarWorks web site. The optional guide contains discussion questions, activities for students and accompanying images of the … Continue reading

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What is Philanthropy? targeting higher education market

The documentary is targeted, in addition to individuals and public libraries, to higher education institutions.  Here are just some of the universities that have purchased the film for their library with more being added every week:    Memorial University – St. … Continue reading

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