Films produced by Mosaic have a long life after broadcast and festival screenings.
Dying to Leave
Dying To Leave was introduced before the PBS premiere by then-Senator Hilary Rodham Clinton, then was screened at Secretary of State Colin Powell’s State Department Open Forum, and has served as a conversation-starter for numerous conferences and academic gatherings centered on human traffic and clandestine immigration.
Beyond the Motor City
Beyond the Motor City was part of a Rockefeller Foundation Funded Outreach campaign focusing on the social and political dimensions of transportation infrastructure for the 21st century.
Promoting King Corn Premiere at NYC’s Union Square Market – The film later was the centerpiece of the “King Corn in the Cornbelt” outreach campaign supported by the Kellogg Foundation featuring screenings and locally organized panels.