The Sharing Project screening at the Kerala Short Film Festival

The Sharing Project and Border-Ball are screening tomorrow (November 14, 10 am – 6 pm, award ceremony at 5 pm) at the Kerala Short Film Festival at the Joshi Socialist Foundation in Pune, India.

The Sharing Project is streaming now on Global Cinema Online

The Sharing Project movie — a 29 minute non-fiction film, philosophical journey, personal narrative, and nature film, all intertwined together to explore the meaning of sharing — is streaming now on Global Cinema Online.

Watch the movie now: https://globalcinema.online/programs/the-sharing-project

The Sharing Project movie — a 29 minute non-fiction film, philosophical journey, personal narrative, and nature film, all intertwined together to explore the meaning of sharing — is streaming now on Global Cinema Online.

The Sharing Project screening on Kunst(Zeug)Haus website

The Sharing Project moviea non-fiction film, philosophical journey, personal narrative, and nature film, all intertwined together to explore the meaning of sharing—is screening April 23-25 on the Kunst(Zeug)Haus website.

The Sharing Project movie—a non-fiction film, philosophical journey, personal narrative, and nature film, all intertwined together to explore the meaning of sharing—is screening April 23-25 on the Kunst(Zeug)Haus website.

Also: The Sharing Project installation, which explores the meaning of sharing via a series of videos and a communal sculpture of shared objects, is showing through May 16 at the Kunst(Zeug)Haus in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland as part of the physical, in-person exhibition “sharity – teilen, tauschen, verzichten.” Participate by sharing your toys for the communal sculpture of shared objects in The Sharing Project installation. On the last day of the show, May 16, there will be an opportunity to take toys from the communal sculpture and to share them further by offering them to other people.

Sharing Project screening at the Samskara International Film Festival

Many thanks to the Samskara International Film Festival for screening The Sharing Project movie in Dehradun, India on Sunday and for awarding it “Special Mention” in the International Documentary Film category.

Joel Tauber's film, The Sharing Project, screened at the Samskara International Film Festival in Dehradun, India on March 21, 2021 and was awarded Special Mention in the International Documentary Film category.

Sharing Project installation at Kunst(Zeug)Haus in Switzerland

The Sharing Project installation, which explores the meaning of sharing via a series of videos and a communal sculpture of shared objects, is showing at the Kunst(Zeug)Haus in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland as part of the physical, in-person exhibition “sharity - teilen, tauschen, verzichten.”
Joel Tauber, The Sharing Project at the Kunst(Zeug)Haus (Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland) (Photo of the installation: Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Andri Stadler)

The Sharing Project installation, which explores the meaning of sharing via a series of videos and a communal sculpture of shared objects, is showing at the Kunst(Zeug)Haus in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland as part of the physical, in-person exhibition “sharity – teilen, tauschen, verzichten.”

Participate by sharing your toys for the communal sculpture of shared objects in The Sharing Project installation. On the last day of the show, May 16, there will be an opportunity to take toys from the communal sculpture and to share them further by offering them to other people.

The Sharing Project awarded Best Experimental Film at the Chauri Chaura International Film Festival

Many thanks to the Chauri Chaura International Film Festival for screening The Sharing Project last week at Ramchandra Yadav Inter College in Gorakhpur, India. And many thanks for awarding the movie Best Experimental Film.

The Sharing Project is a 29 minute non-fiction film, philosophical journey, personal narrative, and nature film, all intertwined together to explore the meaning of sharing. The movie was awarded Best Experimental Film at the 2021 Chauri Chaura International Film Festival (Gorakhpur, India).

The Sharing Project awarded Best International Documentary Short at the LakeCity International Film Festival

LakeCity International Film Festival (Noida, India) awards The Sharing Project "Best International Documentary Short."

Happy holidays! And many thanks to the LakeCity International Film Festival (Noida, India) for awarding The Sharing Project movie “Best International Documentary Short”! I really appreciate it, and I wish I could have been there to celebrate and attend the festival.

The Sharing Project screening at the LakeCity International Film Festival

The Sharing Project movie is screening next at the LakeCity International Film Festival. The festival is happening December 22-23 at the Indus Valley Public School Auditorium, Sector 62, Institutional Area, Noida, Delhi/NCR, India.

The Sharing Project movie is screening next at the LakeCity International Film Festival. The festival is happening December 22-23 at the Indus Valley Public School Auditorium, Sector 62, Institutional Area, Noida, Delhi/NCR, India.