Welcome back after the assorted Solstice Hollidays and New Year!
It's been a while since I mentioned my documentary Lift as it hasn't been submitted or accepted into any new film festivals since Cornwall in November last year. I've decided that the film has done well enough on the festival circet and it's now time to begin it's new life under a Creative Commons License on the internet.
The motivation for this film comes from my fascination with the majority of people who (mostly unthinkingly) refuse to give away things for free, like a spare seat, even though there are many benefits. On the other hand a smaller group will go out of their way, with some cost, to help complete strangers. So what is the main difference between the two groups? I'm still not sure but making this film brought me closer to the answer...
Even though Lift is 18 months old I'd still love to hear your feedback or comments so please leave your thoughts below. There's more info about Lift's awards and screenings over here. If you like the film please share this blog post using this short link: http://bit.ly/liftdocumentary
Also, you can rate it on it's Internet Movie Data Base page.
Lift by Nathan Rae is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.