New Comedic Series 'One Bird at a Time' Will be First Streaming Content on

New Comedic Series 'One Bird at a Time' Will be First Streaming Content on

The site focuses on amplifying the work of female-led films and projects with a social mission. The site features a novel payment structure that gives back to a nonprofit with a "causefunding" model.

Audiences will be able to watch "One Bird at a Time" with one-third of their fee going to support the nonprofitsPOWGirls and p;ear, one-third going directly to the filmmaker, and one-third supporting the ongoing efforts of the site.

"One Bird at a Time" will stream exclusively at beginning October 10.

About "One Bird at a Time": "One Bird at a Time" tells the story of what happens when a woman gets in over her head when she singlehandedly tries to help the world.

Julie (played by director and writer Darcy Miller) and Jeff (Jason Rouse) are your ordinary Portland couple, except do-gooder and lovable neurotic Julie is obsessively driven to help those in need and ends up stumbling through her own misconceptions in the process. As she tries earnestly to help friends and neighbors dealing with issues like homelessness, poverty and mental illness - yet misses time and again - she has to wonder: is it even possible for one person to make a difference?

About We Are Moving Stories is the world's largest online community for new voices in film. They begin important conversations by connecting new films to solve old problems, and make it easier and faster for organizations, businesses and brands to raise money by streaming new films. The films also empower the supporter and viewer to make a difference--audiences are in a unique position to help fund change and change makers.

Says We Are Moving Stories founder Carmela Baranowska, "We Are Moving Stories is proud to stream Darcy Miller's impressive webseries 'One Bird at a Time'. We believe 'One Bird at a Time' is both entertaining and thought-provoking. It will delight and absorb audiences who want to stream a new comedy - and also help to raise much needed cash for worthy causes."

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