Since 1998, the de Beaumont Foundation (www.debeaumont.org) has worked to transform the practice of public health in the United States. Founded by Pierre S. de Beaumont, the Foundation primarily supports practice-based projects that provide training and education to the public health workforce; build public health infrastructure; and improve information and data management through innovative technology. Signature projects include the Practical Playbook, the BUILD Health Challenge, the Big Cities Health Coalition, the Obesity Data Challenge, and numerous academic works including the forthcoming PH WINS study conducted in partnership with ASTHO.
I Am Not Your Negro
A PRACTICAL PLAYBOOK
A new web-based tool to assist communities in solving common health challenges represents a bold step in integrated care - and a physician assistant played a key advisory role in its creation.
MIDDLEBURG FILM FESTIVAL
Washington Jewish Film Festival
Environmental Film Festival
The BUILD Health Challenge
The BUILD Health Challenge is designed to encourage communities to build meaningful partnerships among hospitals and health systems, community-based organizations, their local health department, and other organizations to improve the overall health of local residents.
The BUILD Health Challenge is a collaborative initiative of the Advisory Board Company, the de Beaumont Foundation, The Colorado Health Foundation, the and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. While each partner has different missions, strategies and activities, we share a desire to improve community health, promote health equity, stimulate more effective methods of sharing and using health data, foster cross-sector collaboration and identify new models that have the potential for dissemination and replication.
The Look of Silence
LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM
LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM – American Experience (Nominated: Best Documentary Feature 2015 Academy Awards)
PRC worked on specialty press outreach surrounding the D.C. theatrical release of the Oscar-nominated documentary LAST DAYS OF VIETNAM, distributed by American Experience. Nominated for Best Documentary Feature, LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM focuses on the chaotic finals days of the American involvement in the Vietnam War, as the North Vietnamese Army closed in on Saigon and South Vietnamese resistance crumbled.
Center for a Livable Future
PRC managed the Oscar campaign for THE SQUARE by Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer. The first Oscar-nominated documentary released by Netflix, THE SQUARE follows a group of revolutionaries, secular and from the Muslim Brotherhood, over a two year period from the earliest protest to the present day. THE SQUARE was covered by the Washington Post, Newshour, Huffington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and more
CITIZENFOUR - RADiUS (Winner: Best Documentary Feature 2015 Academy Awards)
PRC worked on D.C. specialty and market press outreach for the documentary CITIZENFOUR. Distributed by RADiUS-TWC and winner of the Best Documentary Feature at the 2015 Academy Awards, CITIZENFOUR follows Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald to Hong Kong to meet with Edward Snowden, who was ready to blow the whistle on the massive covert surveillance programs run by the NSA and other intelligence agencies.
VIRUNGA - Netflix (Nominated: Best Documentary Feature 2015 Academy Awards)
PRC managed the 2015 Oscar campaign for Netflix documentary VIRUNGA and also assisted with specialty and DC market press outreach surrounding the 2014 Netflix release of the film. Nominated for Best Documentary feature, VIRGUNA takes place in the Virunga National Park, home to the planet’s last remaining mountain gorillas. A small and embattled team of park rangers protect this UNESCO world heritage site from armed militia, poachers and the dark forces struggling to control Congo's rich natural resources.
Where To Invade Next
PRC managed the Washington release as well as national military and specialty press for the Oscar-Nominated documentary RESTREPO from Sebastian Junger (A PERFECT STORM) and Tim Hetherington. RESTREPO follows the deployment of 15 U.S. soldiers at a remote and highly dangerous outpost in Afghanistan's Korengal Valley. Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington were featured in the Washington Post, All Things Considered, The Hill, and USO On Patrol, among others.
THE ACT OF KILLING
PRC managed the Oscar campaign for the documentary THE ACT OF KILLING directed by Joshua Oppenheimer and produced by Werner Herzog and Errol Morris. PR Collaborative arranged for a screening for Members of Congress and secured political and foreign policy press. THE ACT OF KILLING was covered by NPR, The Nation, PBS, Salon, the Washington Post, and more.
TIMBUKTU – Cohen Media Group (Nominated: Best Foreign Language Film 2015 Academy Awards)
PRC assisted with the Oscar campaign for TIMBUKTU. Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2015 Academy Awards and distributed by Cohen Media Group, TIMBUKTU follows a family and their town as they cope with the new laws and loss of control while living under religious fundamentalists.