Our Documentaries, Short Films, and DVDs

Stories of hope and progress that support community action projects around the world.

We believe that documentary films are powerful tools for change: presenting critical issues, raising important questions, and illustrating potential solutions. Our award winning films below are available online and on DVD with every purchase supporting communities around the world.

Visit our YouTube Channel- free access to our Short Films/BIG CHANGES series that highlights global issues and programs, and the Laureate Library-a collection from our interviews with the Nobel Prize Winners in our films. The Nobelity In Schools program provides these DVDs and educational materials to schools across the U.S. and around the world free of charge.

BUILDING HOPE (2011)

BUILDING HOPE (2011)

“Inspirational Red Bull for the humanitarian soul and proof positive that you can help fix our broken world and make a difference in the lives of countless others.” – The Austin Chronicle

Through challenges and triumphs, Building Hope chronicles the construction of Mahiga Hope High, the first high school for this remote African community, and the connection between a thousand people in the U.S. and an African community working to create a better future for their children.

Lone Star Audience Award winner at SXSW Film Fest/Best Documentary at the Maui Film Festival.
Available for screenings in schools, religious communities, and homes.

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short films/BIG CHANGES

short films/BIG CHANGES

Visit the Nobelity Project Channel to view our short films and trailers for our feature films. Explore our Laureate Library featuring short interview segments with all the Nobel Prize winners from our films. You can subscribe to the channel to get notices for channel updates and to keep up with our projects. Be sure to click on “Playlists” to see all the options.

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ONE PEACE AT A TIME (2009)

ONE PEACE AT A TIME (2009)

“Standout pic journeys around the planet in search of a better world”–Huffington Post.
“Provocative and important”–Vancouver Sun

Filmed in 20 countries on five continents, One Peace at a Time looks at the possibility of providing basic rights – water, nutrition, health care, education and more — to every child. The film features the insights of Nobel laureates Muhammad Yunus and Steve Chu, American icon Willie Nelson and many others. Music by Ben Harper, Bob Dylan, Jack Johnson, Cat Stevens, Explosions in the Sky and more.
Available on DVD and for private screenings.

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NOBELITY (2006)

NOBELITY (2006)

Called “Nine ways to save the world” by Esquire Magazine, this award-winning film is an eye-opening and inspiring look at the world’s most pressing problems through the eyes of Nobel Prize winners, including Wangari Maathai, Sir Joseph Rotblat, Desmond Tutu and 6 others. Available on DVD and for private screenings.

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