Scott Feraco
Founder and Creative Director
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Wendy Mather
Editor and Contributing Writer
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Dara Feldman
Education Director
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Marc Blane
Executive Producer
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The Hollywood “V” Crew

The Hollywood “V” Crew is a group of film industry professionals committed to discovering student filmmakers who want to make inspiring videos based on virtues.

Adam Wolman
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Gary Leva
Filmmaker and film historian
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James Horan
Actor and Voice Artist
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As we raise additional funding we’ll produce new content and improve our website. Our goal is to build a world-class online resource and social media network dedicated to inspiring the practice of virtues.



Special thanks to The Family Virtues Guide, by Linda Kavelin Popov with Dr. Dan Popov Ph.D., and John Kavelin, and The Virtues Project, a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life.

5 thoughts on “CONTACT

  1. Hallo Willy,
    Thanks for your patience and perseverance! Let’s connect via email. I’m at

  2. Hallo Scott,
    Now we are a few months later. Will we contact to look for the possibilities?

  3. Congratulations to the V crew. I am really inspired by your transformation of ‘old’ virtues into the real world of youngsters today.
    Is it possible to use your video’s in Western Europe in Holland, in Germany, Switserland etc. but then with subtitling in the language of that country? I would love to investigate the possibilities. Even to translate your website in Dutch, in German? Instead of building it up here in our own…

  4. We at Pictou United Church are looking for a new and exciting way to reach our youth of our congregation. This is something we think they would enjoy and engage in and we are wondering what the cost of the programme is?

  5. Hi Scott. So excited by your webpage. We are a school in NZ – Te Puru School and we have been using the Virtues now for about 6 years. Total magic has descended on our school! It is so amazing. I have written a Virtues Value time document based on Linda’s Book. I am really interested in putting this message out too and of creating a movement for positive change in classrooms. It has to happen. I would love to be involved in some way over here. I have created a blog on the TES site called Creating a positive classroom culture. This was in response to a terrible posting on the TES site to do with behaviour management. I was so outraged I had to take action. Talking about it and communicating alternatives to others is a great start. I would like to join you in bringing about a change! Thanks Jayne

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