More 4 Me at the Cannes Film Market

The Creation Box Films’ documentary More 4 Me is due to screen at the 2012 Cannes Film Market this month, represented by Moon Shadow Films. The film investigates why, during the GFC, people still crave for ‘more’ and are addicted to consumption.

The announcement:

Creation Box Films is proud to announce that its debut international award-winning feature documentary More 4 Me will screen at the 2012 CANNES FILM MARKET this month, represented by Moon Shadow Films (New York).

Aleta Chappelle from Moon Shadow Films said she was inspired by the documentary – “it is so well put together and I love the many messages it conveys.  It made me think how I can do more for the greater good of those who have so little.”

Chappelle, who has worked on THE GODFATHER: PART III and NUTTY PROFESSOR, was also impressed by the work the film is doing for charity, saying she was excited to be representing More 4 Me at this year’s Cannes Film Market.

The film recently opened the weekend of the Australian Film Festival during which organisers compared it to the work of Michael Moore.

Last year the documentary also won the Times Square Audience Award for Best Documentary at the New York City International Film Festival.

In the face of the global financial crisis, More 4 Me follows Writer/ Director Lincoln Fenner as he travels across five continents in search of why we constantly crave for ‘more’.

From the outset, Fenner set a mandate to donate 75% of the film’s profits to the aid organisations in the film.  As a result, last year Creation Box Films Pty Ltd was able to donate AUD$11,000 across the five major charities featured in the film.

More 4 Me will screen at the Cannes Film Market (Palais F) at 1730 (5:30pm) on 23 May 2012.  For representation and screening enquiries during Cannes, please contact Aleta Chappelle at AletaFilms@aol.com or on +1 347 452 0056.

Source: Creation Box Films press release


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