"A Good Neighbor" is a feature-length documentary about a Latina single mom fighting climate change by running for city council in her forgotten neighborhood.
a good neighbor | documentary trailer
We work with GOOD DOCS on educational distribution for A Good Neighbor. This acclaimed documentary is now available for streaming sales to the following institutions:
● Universities ● Four-Year Colleges ● High Schools ● Community Colleges ● Nonprofits / Community Groups ● For-Profits
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Can I buy this film on Amazon or iTunes and show it to my class, organization or group?
If you want to use this film for an institutional, classroom, group or public screening, please purchase the appropriate license from our educational distributor GOOD DOCS here.
How can I host a screening of A Good Neighbor?
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Can I buy a temporary streaming for my school/organization/company/library?
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How much does an educational copy cost?
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From cinematography, to sound mixing, to a heartfelt original score, a team of people worked on this film completely for free simply because they believe in Lucy. We hope to pay some of them back for their efforts.
We spent two years on this project, without any funding, because Lucy’s incredible story is worth telling, and her community’s crisis can’t wait for funds to come in. As we try to reach a wide audience with our impact campaign, we hope you’ll consider supporting the film. If you can’t contribute financially, please get in touch to find out ways you can support the cause in other ways.
We want to show this film at as many festivals as possible, but submissions can be thousands of dollars. Help us share Lucy's incredible story by covering some submission costs.
As we work to make the film available for streaming, we need funds for legal services and distribution platforms.
A Good Neighbor premiered at the 2023 Colorado Environmental Film Festival. The film was followed by a Q&A with Maggie Hartmans (Director and Producer), Brittany Zampella (Director and Producer), and Lucy Molina (Documentary Subject).
Co Environmental Film Festival live Q&A panel
Recorded Q&A with A Good Neighbor directors Brittany Zampella and Maggie Hartmans. Moderated by Shawna Crocker.
co environmental film festival
zoom Panel discussion
Farsighted Creative was founded in 2019 by Maggie Hart and Brittany Zampella, two best friends who couldn’t stop dreaming about making the world a better place through film and music. With 12+ years of industry experience, they’re dedicated to making Good content that is kind to our planet, allowing people to see a more empathetic and hopeful future for us all.
From eco-friendly production practices on films and music, to creating promotional content for ethical and sustainable brands, Farsighted Creative strives to be an antidote for the wrongs we see in the world.
We are committed to telling meaningful stories that create empathy for today and a hopeful vision for tomorrow.
Colorado-based production studio