Earlier this year, Disney and the United Nations Initiative, Girl Up, announced a global video series created by girls about their role models and the women who inspire them. With tomorrow being the International Day of the Girl, Dream Big, Princess and the young filmmakers stopped by Good Morning America to launched the global series.
- The Dream Big, Princess campaign has officially launched it’s global video series. All 20 videos made by 21 filmmakers are available to watch now.
- This morning, 20 visionary girls, who created films for the video series, stopped by Good Morning America to discuss the launch and what it was like to be involved in the project.
- The Dream Big, Princess global video series “empowers the next generation of leaders by spotlighting female trailblazers as they share their stories and advice.”
The filmmakers and their role models:
Join the global campaign:
- As part of this campaign, Disney will donate up to $1 million to Girl Up, the United Nations Foundation’s initiative supporting girls’ leadership and empowerment.
- Fans can get involved by supporting the Dream Big, Princess throughout social platforms including:
- Starting October 10 through November 20, Disney will donate $1 dollar to Girl Up (minimum donation of $500,000/maximum $1 million) for each like or share of a public video or photo with #DreamBigPrincess.
- Fans can also use international hashtags:
More Dream Big, Princess fun:
- Fans can celebrate the International Day of the Girl by joining in the global Disney Bound on October 11. Whether at home or visiting Disney Parks, fans are invited to dress as their favorite female Disney character and share a photo along with a description of why that character inspires them.
- For the next few days, fans catch Moana in on the big screen at select AMC Theatres across the country. Then starting on Friday, Disney’s live-action Cinderella will wrap up the Dream Big, Princess movie campaign with a week showings at select AMC theatres.