Stone Soup

Productions

At Stone Soup, we’re on a mission to spotlight worthy causes, sing about unsung heroes and heroines, champion human rights and women’s health, promote cultural diversity and celebrate the arts.  Our documentary films and impact programs strive to raise awareness and advocate for change not only by inspiring individuals and communities, but by empowering them to become involved and make a difference in our world.

Health, Creativity, Heroism, Humanity… Stone Soup has a lot cooking.

 

Projects

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Scattering CJ

Be inspired by a grieving mom's mission to prevent further suicides and change the conversation on mental health, in Scattering CJ.  

The Comfort Zone

A place for good vibes and essential conversation.

650,000 Hours

Transform your life while also helping the planet, with 650,000 Hours.

El 48

A disruptive virtual reality experience.

The Search for Harmony

Help Maestro find his friend, and learn about the multicultural influence on classical music.

humanities.games

Increase access to digital creation with humanities.games.

No Evidence of Disease

Six dedicated surgeons.  One amazing band.  The wall of silence around GYN cancer is about to be shattered by rock 'n' roll.

Globe-athon

Transcending barriers to unite the world in the fight against women's cancers.

Partners of the Heart

A Black Man. A White Surgeon. A Blue Baby. A Miracle.

The Celebration of Excellence

Kindling the next generation’s love for science and medicine.

First Lady of the Revolution

Take an historical ride through romance, revelation and reinvention with First Lady of the Revolution.

Klandestine Man

Discover an undercover hero who risked his life to expose stoolies, gooners, fonies, racehaters, pinkybaiters, deadbrainers and fraidycats in Klandestine Man.

Camp Good Life

Kickstart a better future for

at-risk youth with Stone Soup partner Camp Good Life

Sonata Mulattica

Recovering the story of classical music's forgotten Black virtuoso in Sonata Mulattica.

Soul of a People

Discovering America, Discovering Ourselves.

The People's Recorder

A new podcast series that connects audiences today with the 1930s-era tumult and life lessons that still illuminate today.

Soul of a Place

America's first self-portrait in The American Guide Game.

Color My World

Repurposing crayons. Giving kids an artistic voice.

Red Lines

Trace the Syrian conflict to a Mideast meltdown in Red Lines.

She's Got Grit

Explore the lives of top female athletes with disabilities, the technology and people that support them, and the events that entice them to compete.

 

Contact

1823 Jefferson Place, NW, Washington, DC 20036

Tel. 202-463-6154