A Social Impact Campaign is a strategic engagement program providing the resources for faith and secular communities to address the most critical social issues in our society. The guiding principle of each campaign is to use film to raise audience awareness, shifting attitudes, and inspiring action among people of faith and goodwill.
The result? A society connected, engaged, and united.
Unique in the emerging impact media landscape, Odyssey Impact®’s social impact campaigns use documentaries as tools to educate, build awareness, and prompt action among both secular and faith-based change makers. By tapping into the attention and resources of locally-based organizations, places of worship, campuses, and advocates, Odyssey Impact® creates opportunities for constructive dialogue, learning, interfaith collaboration, and civic engagement on issues that often divide–rather than unite–us. Working closely with secular and faith-based organizers and leaders, and customizing our approaches to the needs and priorities of each particular film, we deploy a tried-and-tested formula for using film as a vehicle for community engagement and social action.
Our campaigns are multi-phased endeavors that pair deep strategy work with diligent execution. Every full-service campaign includes a six-week Landscape Analysis Phase and a six-month (or more) Active Impact Campaign Phase.
To begin a conversation about collaborating with Odyssey Impact®, please submit your film and any related press or social impact materials (press kits, decks, discussion guides) to Evy Constantine at [email protected]. We look forward to discussing your needs, answering your questions, and providing a quote for our proposed services.
At the heart of Odyssey’s Impact mission is connecting people, communities, and organizations to the stories that uplift our society’s most pressing issues. Organizational and individual partners are vital to our work, and we are thankful to those working alongside us, particularly because their work is often behind the scenes. In particular, our partner relationships are critically important to our on-the-ground work, as they connect local changemakers, stakeholders, advocates, students and educators to our resources and enhance the work they do in their communities to drive positive social change.