BOCA RATON, FL (August 12, 2021) – Joshua K. Carpenter, Head of Global Acquisition & Sales of Green Apple Entertainment today announced the release of 3 new documentaries with iNDIEFLIX, a global ‘edutainment’ and streaming service that promotes and supports social impact films to create positive change in the world.

The 3 titles include “Kipuka: An Anti-Bullyping Project” addressing bullying, cyberbullying, and teen suicide prevention from director Jeremiah Tayao and students of the performing arts school T-Shirt Theatre in Hawaii, “We Gotta Get Out of Here” addressing youth foster care from female director Jen Araki, and “Children of Beqaa” addressing the struggle of Syrian refugees from director Elias Matar.

Carpenter stated: “With iNDIEFLIX’s focus on social impact films that address common individual and societal issues, we are pleased to make these thought-provoking documentaries available on their platform. Finding the right audience for our filmmaker’s content to be accessed is a way that we express our continued efforts to champion them.


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