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FORTUNE media and Brand New World Studios are co-producing a documentary film titled "WHY IS MONA LISA SMILING? The Reimagination of the Corporation." It tells the story of two Renaissances—the one of the 15th century and the one that is coming in the business world.

The University of Georgia has been chosen among 10 schools, including Harvard, Notre Dame, NYU, and Emory, for an advanced screening of this documentary film. The film screening will be immediately followed by a panel discussion including the film's production crew and prominent businses leaders. 

Mona Lisa is meant to be a catalyst for intelligent discourse on the role of business in society. The film explores the shift away from shareholder primacy toward a purpose-driven, stakeholder-focused model of capitalism. Informed by the lessons and parallels between our time and the Renaissance —  a global pandemic that prompted reciprocal free market relationships and expanded philosophical mindsets, fueled by the democratization of knowledge and power —  the film makes the case for more inclusive capitalism and lays the foundation for the re-imagination of the corporation. The film stars CEOs and thought leaders who delve into what is required to evolve corporations and why it is essential to our collective future.

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  • Laila Moctezuma Otero
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