What a wonderful thing it is when something or someone’s time has come.
I have been pondering time and have decided I cannot think of it in a linear way.
I have been married to Wayne for almost 40 years and it feels simultaneously like 5 mins and before time began.
We started a documentary with Brigitte Muir back in 1987 and it finally went to air on SBS in 2005. It took her a very long time to achieve her dream of climbing the highest peak on each continent and even longer for us to complete the film.
Full documentary “The Eighth Summit” – Producer: Anne Tindall
There are more important things than ambition and self interest. There is a wonderful alchemy between breaking through and a thing just simply flowing because the time is right.
I am so grateful for all the people who have contributed along the way to make Change the World a success thus far.
It is so important to give from a place of abundance and not from a place of striving and exhaustion.
I had to get my own life in order and find peace but also continue to break through with Change the World. In a word ALCHEMY!
“I dare to believe that little old me can make a difference in the world. If I can do it…anyone can do it!”
Change the World founder and film producer Anne Tindall shares her vision for the company, the story to date and the journey still to come.
Change the World is working closely with a small community in Lospalos in Timor-Leste where the company has raised funds to build a much needed sustainability and cultural centre…to give the community a chance to make some money, create new jobs and help lift them out of the poverty cycle.
Change the World will then work around the globe undertaking similar projects in:
The plan is to produce an initial 6 part documentary series to be distributed globally, to share the vision and to encourage others to get off their butts and do something…anything to help make this world a better place!
Change the World is currently in production with an exciting ‘Mini Drama/Comedy’ and short Documentary working with Aboriginal young people in Bendigo Victoria Australia.
The project is the brainchild of Change the World’s CEO and Creative Director,Wayne Tindall who is mentoring the young people and training them in all aspects of film making.
The identified benefits of running a course like this are:
• Increased ‘Self Esteem’ leading to better mental and physical health
• A greater awareness of health and healing possibilities in the community
• Professional ‘Skill Acquisition’ leading to possible employment
• Outlet for ‘Cultural Creativity’ leading to better understanding of Aboriginal Heritage
• Reduction of ‘Rural Isolation Syndrome’ leading to global peer group exposure.
This model is based on a project recently completed by Change the World in remote Lospalos Timor Leste. This produced the first ever drama based short film in the local language (Tetun) to come out of Timor Leste.
The film helped heal years of war and trauma and is being sent to film festivals around the world.
Wayne also works with Mark Harrison form NBS Productions in Melbourne and this project is a co production between, Change the World Pty Ltd, NBS Productions and BDAC in Bendigo.
The ‘WORLD PREMIERE’ launch of this film will be held in Bendigo City and is seen as an integral part of the total healing and learning cycle for the participants.
THE PLAN IS TO:
• Launch the film in a local commercial cinema
• Have a RED CARPET EVENT at the launch
• Issue certificates to all young participants
• Have an appropriate invited celebrity entertainer
• Invite all media
• Film the event as part of the wider documentary
• Hear from selected participants