NEW YORK, NY (July 1, 2013) – Closed captioning soon will be available for all productions on the Olive Tree Pictures website at www.olivetreepictures.com.
“We want everyone to be able to see and understand the documentaries on our website,” said Pat Denson, the company’s president. “We want to be known as a group that is inclusive and not exclusive. There are great things being done out there by all sorts of people. Lives are being transformed through these films, and everyone should know about the wonderful work that charities are doing around the world.”
Olive Tree Pictures is a non-profit organization empowering other non-profits and ministries to tell their stories through documentaries and short films. Not only does Olive Tree want to show how people are helping other people, but the organization also wants to provide opportunities for viewers to get involved by supporting various charities.
Denson added that the company’s mission is based on three basic beliefs. “We believe non-profits make a significant difference. We believe in the power of storytelling. We believe an informed public can further the reach of non-profits that are changing lives worldwide.
“It is important that we serve the hearing impaired community and give them the opportunity to become involved in helping other people,” Denson said. “We can all help one another in one way or another. As human beings in this world, we have to be aware of the needs around us and always look for ways to assist. Our website gives everyone a chance to get involved either by telling a story or supporting a particular charity.”
The company welcomes long or short documentaries from any organization or independent filmmaker who has produced a documentary. See the website www.olivetreepictures.com for more details and information. Olive Tree Pictures is located at 240 W. 44th Street, Suite 3, New York, NY 10036. The phone number is (212) 837-1550.