Happiness Confessions, Episode 3 – With Isaac Prilleltensky, PhD – Directed by Marcelo Bukin

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Happiness Confessions, Episode 3 – With Isaac Prilleltensky, PhD – Directed by Marcelo Bukin

We’re very happy to release episode 3 of Happiness Confessions, a series by Marcelo Bukin, in which international author and speaker Prilleltensky Isaac, PhD, shares how he was able to find happiness and his purpose in life after a major tragedy.

 

Directed by Marcelo Bukin. Produced by Thierry Daher, Positive Solutions (www.positivesolutions.net). With the support of the World Happiness Summit (www.wohasu.world). 

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Julie Benasra
Julie Benasra is an Award-winning documentary film director, producer, author and journalist, specialized in pop culture and social related subjects. Julie currently serves as co-founder & content director for Positive Solutions, an international cause-driven content agency & film production company dedicated to promote positive thinkers who aim to make the world a better place. Julie’s content-creation experience (TV/video/web/film/print) enabled her to develop an innovative editorial style and approach, and to apply it to content marketing, branded entertainment, social media management and event production. Thanks to her bilingual and bicultural education (French-American), Julie also applies her storytelling skills to both a US and international audience. Her latest documentary film, FROM DOMINATED TO DOMINANT, about women’s emancipation and empowerment through pop/rock music, was commissioned and distributed by Europe’s leading cultural TV network, ARTE, as part of a 4-film documentary series, for which she wrote all scripts and came up with the original concept. Previously, Julie wrote and directed GOD SAVE MY SHOES, an award-winning feature documentary about the relationship between women and shoes. The film, produced by CAID Productions & Canal+, was released in theatres in the US, Japan, South Korea and Russia. It reached 100 million people in the US and Canada and was broadcasted to an additional 20 million viewers in 18 countries. Julie also served as journalist, story editor, and first assistant director on EUROPE’S MUSIC LEGENDS, a 9-film documentary series for Sony Music. Julie graduated in media & communications from Fordham University, New York. She now lives in France.

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