Our Films and Campaigns
Our work now centers around The Respect For All Project, a series of films and their accompanying curriculum guides aimed at K-12 educators and students to promote diversity and anti-bias education. We also produce films for other non-profit organizations whose values we share.
Films in The Respect For All Project
Other GroundSpark Titles
Unlocking Investment in Rural America—
GroundSpark was commissioned by the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) to create this short film. Our assignment was to capture the pervasiveness of entrenched rural poverty, explain the work that CDFIs do, and make the case for expanded public and private partnerships to channel desperately needed funding into these long-neglected regions of the United States. Read More »
Legendary lesbian civil rights pioneer Del Martin passed away in 2008. To honor her incomparable contributions, San Francisco celebrated her life with a moving civic celebration in its City Hall grand rotunda. Read More »
Visits four elementary schools grappling with computerization to find out if technology is helping to change our schools for the better or dull students’ creativity and drain educational resources.
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A Foot in the Door
tells the story of Kindergarten to College
(K2C), the first universal children’s savings account program in the United States. Launched by the City and County of San Francisco, the program automatically provides a college savings account to children when they start kindergarten.
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