"What does the world think of  America?"

To find out, we traveled to fourteen countries around the globe, listening to people from all walks of life as they shared their views. The result is a feature documentary called "The Listening Project." Learn more about the film, share your own views and see what others are saying right now.
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The Listening Project available on DVD and Netflix streaming

Our film is now available for purchase on Amazon.com or rental through Netflix.
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BBC Features The Listening Project

BBC World News America ran a prime-time feature about our film, with the anchor Katty Kay nicely saying that it's "very well worth all of you going to see" (thanks!). Click here to watch the segment.

A recent review that made us blush...

From the Durango Telegraph: "If you can see only one documentary at the Durango Independent Film Festival, don't miss The Listening Project..." [Read the entire review]

Rikshaw Films Coverage of the NH Primary for Current TV

The Rikshaw crew joined Current TV's team of 'collective journalists' to create stories as part of its special New Hampshire Primary Election coverage. Check out the coverage online: Day one (including our 8-minute extended Listening Project 'pod') | Day two | Day three | Day four | Day five Live Special

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What do you think of America?

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November 18, 2010
Deborah said:
I just want to gather all the world leaders and collectively shake them by their shoulders, stomp my foot and say “FREAKIN CUT IT OUT...
October 15, 2010
Chelsea Price said:
I just finished The Listening Project, I came across it in the library and I hope more people hear about this film. My frustration is that so...
September 28, 2010
Brad G said:
Intriguing film…should try it as a ‘Candid Camera’ routine at the local morning ‘coffee klatch’ to get the real...
August 18, 2010
Chad360 said:
I just watched this film. It was one of the most powerful films I have ever seen. So much so I blogged about it. http://blogs.myspace.com/in...

Learn more about the film and our motivations Meet the people in and behind the film View a map of where we have been and who we are continuing to connect with globally We want to hear from you and to continue the discussion we started in the film
The story continues - we are blogging both our efforts as filmmakers and listeneners