Google Me Filmmaker Jim Killeen on Oprah!

Jim Killeen’s 90-minute documentary, “Google Me,” was recently featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show. The Association is proud of Jim’s stunning achievement in a genre which usually focuses on what’s wrong with the world.

The Association was lucky enough to be involved in Jim’s documentary as he contacted our corporate video production services.  This documentary shows a different view of the world….a world which is not a dangerous place. A world where people will extend the hand of trust and friendship and invite a stranger into their home just because they have the same last name.

The Story Behind the Film:
Jim Googled his name and found six people with the name “Jim Killeen,” including an Irish priest, an Aussie CEO, a wife-swapping swinger and a New York cop. Jim took a video production crew with him as he visited Google headquarters to see the powerful search technology in action, as well as visiting his namesakes in four countries to learn how these very different people are actually quite similar.

If you’d like to restore your faith in mankind, or you’d like to cheer up a friend who’s down in the dumps, check out “Google Me.” It’s about the world we believed in as kids. It’s a world that’s still there, it’s just covered up by lots and lots of bad news we’re deluged with every day. After you watch “Google Me” you’ll see things in a whole different light. It’s available on Amazon. Also check out the trailer on Youtube:

Jim Killeen of the documentary, "Google Me" gets himself on the map

Leave a Reply