Cause

Directed by Denise Prichard
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Meet four Americans who have dedicated their lives to a cause — putting their ideals on the line, every day, every hour.

Cause peels back the layers to uncover the personal histories and motivations that make these individuals who they are, and what drives them to behavior some would call extreme. Going beyond the labels and what initially meets the eye, their stories weave together to form a collective thread and reveal that they have more in common than one would think.

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Whatever you think about these four Americans who have dedicated themselves twenty-four-seven to a cause, the one thing you won’t call them is uncommitted. Britt, the Minuteman, living his life out at the U.S.-Mexico border, defending his America from invasion; Kayla, the PETA Activist, exposing the plight of animals, while sometimes exposing herself; Dennis, the Pro-Life Minister, crisscrossing his way through the country spreading his truth about abortion; and Conception, the Peace Activist, maintaining her twenty-six year long anti-nuke vigil just steps away from the White House.

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Denise Prichard After several years of working in Europe and Latin America, director and producer is currently based in Washington, D.C.  Cause is her directorial debut following over a decade of work in documentary film and advertising. Recent production credits include American Treasures, a one-hour film for the Smithsonian Networks highlighting the most famous objects in the National Museum of  American History’s collection. For the National Geographic Channel, Denise’s recent credits include Impossible Bridges a three-part series about cutting-edge bridge building technology in Europe and Asia, and Mega Movers, also a three-part series. She is currently a writer/producer for National Geographic Television.

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