B Corp Certification March 28, 2019 press release
Truefaux Films announced today that it has received their B Corp Certification, joining over 2,500 other B Corps in 130 industries and 60 countries around the world.
Certified B Corporations meet a growing demand for businesses that balance purpose and profit. B Corps are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment. A B Corp Certification means the organization meets the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability.
“This designation reflects the values and operating philosophies Truefaux films was founded on 12 years ago,” said John Hillis, Co-owner of Truefaux Films Inc. “Aside from this being a huge accomplishment for our organization, we now have access to the B Corp Impact Assessment, which provides a roadmap to continually improve our business practices.”
Six Primrose is a feature-length documentary film about the power of food to build community.
Filmed on location at the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre, Six Primrose takes us into a community where strengths are highlighted, people are welcomed, and food is included in every engagement. Labels of single mother, new immigrant, disabled, addict, poor are left at the door.
This is a community where lives are celebrated and opportunities are explored. By tracing the lives of community members, Six Primrose chronicles the dramatic impact accessing healthy food and a social network has had on the lives of this community, revealing the Community Food Centre's deep effect on the entire neighbourhood.