Educating & Advancing Humanity With One Great Story After Another

Mission

America Film Foundation (AFF) is a (501c3)(509a2) non-profit foundation on a quest to share globally American values, freedom, equality, and justice for all. AFF advances and advocates for social justice and educational equity through multicultural education, educating the world about our fundamental democratic values by creating and supporting literary and filmed content that gives a positive human example of civility and kindness, driving us to understand each other no matter what culture.

AFF is charitable to those who have been great examples, who have American stories showcasing the best of America’s culture and history. We want to preserve America’s most significant achievements fostering an environment where philanthropy can thrive and advocate for the humanities. It’s all about listening and sharing the voices not heard.

Through our Programs, we want to establish a norm to offer opportunities for gifted artists of all types by educating them in a diverse curriculum of techniques and mediums and marrying the commerce and sustainable side to art and business. The commercial artist creates media that can enrich the lives of millions in multiple industries.

Programs

America Film Media and Tech Institute

Sustainable careers for the artist in you, America Film Media and Tech Institute is the program you need. Being an artist is profitable. Knowing how to make money as an artist is essential to the one after the endeavor. Learn to be the artist and entrepreneur to sustain your quest.

Art Gallery

Artists, send links of your art. America Film will market your collection for free. Click Join now! to get to our contact template.

Film Festival

Filmmakers, send links of your films. America Film will market your collection for free. Click Join now! to get to our contact template.

Media Production

Curating the great stories that make up our nation’s culture, we strive to get those stories produced. Curating the great stories that make up our nation’s culture, we strive to get those stories produced. Our partner company, Sunscope Entertainment Corporation, will produce the project by hiring inexperienced talent and crew in the location where the film’s storyline takes place to support the local artistic community. As long as the story fits within the guidelines of our mission statement, it will qualify.

Music Festival

Labels, Musicians, and Music Producers, send links to your music. America Film will market your collection for free. Click Join now! to get to our contact template.

Goals

  • To respect and appreciate cultural diversity.
  • To promote the understanding of unique cultural and ethnic heritage.
  • To promote the development of culturally responsible and responsive curricula.
  • To facilitate the acquisition of the attitudes, skills, and knowledge to function in various cultures.
  • To eliminate racism and discrimination in society.
  • To achieve social, political, economic, and educational equity.

Future Directives

  • Provide learning opportunities to advance multicultural education, equity, and social justice.
  • Provide educational equity through advocacy, position papers, policy statements, press releases, and other strategies.
  • Provide resources about educational equity and social justice.

The humanities belong to everyone

Written by a Staff Member at National Endowment for the Humanities, December 11, 2013

https://www.neh.gov/divisions/fedstate/resource/the-humanities-belong-everyone:

The humanities preserve our valued traditions and transmit them from generation to generation. The humanities listen to the voices of many ages and share them through history, literature, philosophy, ethics, religion, languages, archaeology, and all the other areas of thought and culture that make up the record of human activity.

The humanities have practical applications for everyday life. They offer individuals and societies the opportunity to test ideas or actions and to imagine their consequences. The humanities provide a context for envisioning the impact—positive and negative—of new ideas in our culture, politics, and daily lives. They benefit people by helping them to think about and to consider life’s surprises and challenges before they happen and by giving strength when they do happen. The humanities help us to make informed decisions.

The humanities help us answer big questions. What is the meaning, value, and purpose of human life? What is justice? What is equality? What is freedom? How might a just society function? How do individuals relate to the state and society? What are the moral consequences of human action? Why do both cruelty and good exist? How do people best work together?

The humanities:

  • Give us wisdom and vision

  • Clarify our roles as citizens in a democratic society

  • Explain politics, religion, business, ethics, international relations, social and community values

  • Encourage our participation in our communities

  • Assist us in weighing the ideas, statements, and discourse we hear and read

  • Help us understand and explain to what or to whom we give authority

  • Awaken us to the possibilities of human life and culture

  • Let us think big and understand much

  • Make us curious about people and places

  • Open us to the experiences of others and allow us to understand what we haven’t experienced ourselves

  • Give us the means to recognize the common ground shared by all varieties of human thought and endeavor, and to bring about connections among them

  • Help to make sense of the world we live in

  • Tease our brains and expand our understanding

  • Power our imaginations

  • Preserve and share our stories

  • Explore what it is to be human

  • Assure us that we are not alone

America Film’s Anti-Discrimination Statement

America Film is committed to an anti-discrimination policy in its programs and services. AFF is consciously and proactively inclusive of all areas of diversity including, but not limited to race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sovereign tribal Nations status, ancestry, gender identity and expression, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, social class, socioeconomic status, marital status, language, disability, or immigration status.