Project Happiness continues to receive accolades at festivals and screenings around the world. Three years in the making, the feature-length documentary follows the often emotional journey of students from California, India and Nigeria as they pursue the eternal, sometimes elusive question, “What is happiness?”
The ninety-minute feature was produced and directed by John Sorensen, Grace Creek Media's VP of Production. Andrew Walworth, president of Grace Creek Media, and Randy Taran, founder of The Project Happiness Foundation, were co-executive producers.
Since its 2009 premiere at the Mill Valley Film Festival, the film continues its own transformative journey. To date, it has screened at 29 international film festivals and won six awards including The Indie Fest and the Los Angeles Surge Film Festival. As the centerpiece of an ongoing awareness campaign, the film has screened in high schools nationwide as an introduction to Project Happiness, a nonprofit educational organization. The film is now available in Spanish and has been translated into six other languages. More information is available at projecthappiness.org/film. Read More...