VIP Room:
Vision, Impact, Partnerships

Where genre storytellers and story lovers gather to transform the world.

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What if?

What if “Harry Potter” fans brought magic to an orphanage?

What if “Black Panther” fans joined together to solve present day injustices caused by colonialism? 

What if “CHAINED” fans teamed up to empower youth and end the cycle of abuse?

What if you could use your favourite genre stories as a catalyst to change the world? 

As a fan of thrillers, sci-fi, fantasy, and other genre stories, you are amongst the most curious, imaginative and passionate people on the planet. You immerse yourself in created worlds with an open mind and an open heart, and stay engaged with your favourite stories well beyond the end. That’s why you’re here!

And your passion for genre story is exactly what the real world needs right now! 

Committed to educating and enlightening the world through highly entertaining impact storytelling, each of My Precious Pictures' projects explore an issue or theme that aligns with at least one of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (AKA The World's To-Do List!).

Although genre storytelling is not reality, it does tackle real world problems in imaginative ways that spark new perspectives and create meaningful conversations. Our goal is to make transforming the world fun! 

The VIP Room offers you an opportunity to learn from and connect with like-minded people and organizations who are passionate about the social issues explored in each of our stories; and to collaborate with them on meaningful calls-to-action. To share your unique ideas and perspectives that just might be the thing that sparks a solution to a new or long-standing issue.

So look around, get inspired, and take action!

To learn more about the 17 SDGs, please visit www.globalgoals.org/goals/ 

"Storytelling is the most powerful form of education that we have.  It's the way we learn about life; it's the way we connect; it's how we build empathy " 

-Rachelle, Film Struggles Podcast

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