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The new Call of the Entrepreneur documentary film compellingly tells the stories of three entrepreneurs -- a merchant banker in New York City, a failing dairy farmer in rural Evart, Mich., and a refugee from Communist China.  One risked his savings; the other his farm; the third his life.

In the almost hour-long documentary, Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty president Fr. Robert Sirico, author of The Entrepreneurial Vocation, joins Templeton Prize laureate and American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research senior fellow Michael Novak and Discovery Institute senior fellow George Gilder in exploring how risk-taking entrepreneurs shape the world in which we live.  Whether people like the profiled entrepreneurs are profiled are viewed as greedy or altruistic, as virtuous or vicious, can alter the destinies of individuals and nations, the film argues.

It has already started premiering in various locations.  DVD copies can be pre-ordered online, where a four-minute preview can also be viewed.

The Call of the Entrepreneur was prepared and is being presented by Acton Media, which is part of the Acton Institute in Grand Rapids, Mich.  The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee substantially supports Acton.
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