Call of the Entrepreneur — Go See It!

This week the American Film Renaissance Festival kicks off with a bunch of local and otherwise produced films. I want to call your attention to one of the films, the Acton Institute’s Call of the Entrepreneur. I saw this movie pre-release about six months ago and it’s one of the best short-ish films I’ve seen. Not only does it have a powerful message of individual achievement, but also societal structure and support for the entrepreneurial spirit. You can watch the trailer here, and order the tickets here.

In such a city like DC where so many people are entrepreneurial, have grown their businesses – be it campaigns, consulting firms, law firms, retail outlets, you name it – this really struck a cord with me when I saw it this spring. I’m glad that they’re having a showing here, I’m going to go see it again. At just about an hour, it’s a quick watch but with messages that will keep you thinking for days. It just might make you a little extra-patriotic for a few hours too… or maybe that’s just me.

Hopefully I’ll see you there, E Street Cinema, $10 for the showing.

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