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Green Carrot Launches Thought-Provoking New Documentary The Perfection of Giving

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Brooklyn based Green Carrot LLC, a small film studio started by CEO and producer/director Javier Perez-Karam, launched just last month, has announced the upcoming release of its newest documentary, The Perfection of Giving. Mr. Perez-Karam wanting to start a movement in relation to his film's message of being generous, not just on the giver but the receiver, he has given his film to everyone to enjoy . It includes interviews with various local charities, religious/motivational speakers and local celebrities.  Here is the trailer .
The Perfection of Giving  is a Documentary Series about generosity and how it changes human behavior. Its intention is to add to the conversat ion about generosity and giving.

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1.    The discovery of Giving and Generosity as true source of happiness (To be screened and release the night this campaign closes)
2.    Giving and Generosity as a Spiritual and Religious practice. (Secured if we reach our Goal)
3.    Giving and Generosity as a Business Model.
4.    Giving and Generosity as a Socio-political Model
5.    Giving and Generosity as the Driver of Society.
6.    Giving and Generosity as a Lifestyle.
Javier Perez-Karam is a storyteller and film producer with a strong background in digital marketing and advertising. He founded Green Carrot, a storytelling and production company with the mission to tell stories designed to connect with people at an emotional level and building audiences around multi-platform content. Mr. Perez-Karam is currently in production of a multi-platform documentary: "The Perfection of Giving", a sociological and anthropological exploration of the act of giving, the benefits for society and individuals and the practical consequences of a generous mind.
He also has several projects in development, including series and feature films. He is passionate about technology and the potential it brings for storytelling innovation. When he is not working, you can find Javier enjoying some yoga, cooking with friends and traveling.
The Perfection of Giving is a Documentary Series about generosity and how it changes human behavior. Its intention is to add to the conversation about generosity and giving. 
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Screenwriter. Historian. BA in History and certificate in Latin American studies from Cornell University. MA in English Education from Columbia University. Very interested in public policy.

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