Public speaking and film screenings is a large part of Metamora Films because it gives us a chance to interact with documentary film enthusiasts, people involved in social justice, indie film lovers and anyone that appreciates the power of film.
We also try to hold public film screenings every time we release a new film and/or project. Incorporating fundraising with these events is also very important to Metamora Films.
Matt Duhamel, Public Speaker and Indie Filmmaker
Topics include: Independent filmmaking, incarceration related issues, sex offender issues, forgiveness, self motivation, second chances, the power of documentary films and more.
Impact of the Sex Offender Registry on the Family
Filmmaker, Matt Duhamel offers workable solutions from social workers and leaders to better minimize trauma for the registered sex offenders and their families. Presentations also discusses collateral damage to family members.
Presented at the Utah Prisoner Advocate Network (UPAN) in Murray, Utah
What Makes Me Tic? Documentary Film Screening Release
Metamora Films presenting the What Makes Me Tic? documentary film screening release, in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Tower Theatre. This was Metamora Films’ debut film release!
Thanks for supporting the film while raising over $400 dollars for the Tourette Syndrome Association, Utah Chapter.
'Forgiveness' Parliament of World's Religions
Matt Duhamel and Dr. Forrest C. Crawford present at the 2015 Parliament of World’s Religions in Salt Lake City, Utah. Matt and Forrest discussed the process of forgiveness and how it can change people’s lives.
Dr. Forrest C. Crawford also held a ‘forgiveness panel‘ at Weber State University in late, 2015.
“The most important thing for me when I hold a film screening or speak in front of a group is if the positive message will resonate for days, weeks, even years to come.” – Matt Duhamel
REGISTRY IMPACT PRESENTATION
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