One 9 year old kid named Caine builds a cardboard arcade to play and make friends. No one comes and plays. Then one day someone does. Nirvan stops by Caine’s dad’s shop to buy a rare car door nob and suddenly takes an interest in Caine’s inventive cardboard arcade. What comes next changes this kid and film maker’s lives.
Nirvan Mullick uses the power of social media to invite LA to come play. Through an organized flash mob posted on Hidden LA, posted on Reddit.com and other sites. Soon this creates a global movement. You got to watch this inspiring story!
Now Caine and Nirvan go around the world speaking about imagination, entrepreneurship, fun passes, their international contest for kids…
Film+maker. Director, Caine’s Arcade. Founder, Imagination Foundation. Partner, Interconnected. Proud owner of a funpass.
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