Laurene asked me how much time I needed to make a movie, and I told her about a year and a half ... but she said that she needed something done in three months because the legislation was coming up for a vote.
My hope is that people will watch this film, it'll open their minds about what's really at stake in immigration reform
We want to find the right path for our undocumented youth. We've been filming all around the country, and as we tell these stories with these incredible people, I feel like the urgency is right nowMore quotes »
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Guggenheim debuts documentary
Award winning director Davis Guggenheim (“An Inconvenient Truth”) has turned his liberal lens on yet another controversial subject with a provocative 30-minute documentary on immigration reform. “ The Dream is Now ” — both a film and an advocacy campaign — from The Politico Read more »
Laurene Powell Jobs makes rare appearance to support immigration reform
about the issue she deems so important. Immigration reform advocate Laurene Powell Jobs, left, Academy Award-winning director Davis Guggenheim, center, and film subject Alejandro Morales participate in a panel discussion after the screening of "The Dream is from The San Jose Mercury News Read more »
No Need to Keep "Waiting For Superman" -- Trish McCarty Is Here!
April 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Â Davis Guggenheim's award winning 2010 documentary "Waiting For Superman" opened many people's eyes to the ongoing failures of the American public education system and the systemic problems at their root. Frustrated viewers may from Street Insider Read more »
Laurene Powell Jobs says late husband Steve Jobs' legacy is "pretty cool" in first public interview since his death
we developed – geared towards improving or entire society," Powell Jobs told Williams. Powell Jobs has teamed up with director Davis Guggenheim in order to produce a documentary highlighting the stories of young immigrants, also known as 'DREAMers', to give from Macworld UK Read more »
filmmaker by listening closely to the opening five minutes of the documentary. In the opening minutes the filmmaker, Davis Guggenheim, gives examples of how schools and teachers have started to trail other western countries in the education process. 2. The from OpPapers.com Read more »