Billie Mintz is an award-winning filmmaker and storyteller.
Billie Mintz is an award-winning filmmaker and storyteller. His documentary work includes The Ponzi Scheme and Jesus Town, USA. He is the founder of the ARC Institute (Artists Raising Consciousness), a nonprofit artist cooperative that assists charities and NGOs in bringing their initiatives into the public eye through effective storytelling and social media campaigning. He regularly lectures at universities, NGOs, and government agencies on utilizing social technology towards advancing advocacy and corporate social responsibility.
He’s been called the Quentin Tarantino of Uganda—Isaac Nabwana’s more than 50 films are violent, hilarious, and completely over the top. But unlike Tarantino, Nabwana has to work on a much smaller budget.