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Nirvan Mullick is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker, writer, speaker, stop motion animator, and founder of the Imagination Foundation. He came into public view after creating a viral short documentary called "Caine's Arcade" about a 9-year-old boy named Caine Monroy who created a cardboard arcade in his father's used auto parts shop. Caine's Arcade, released on April 9, 2012, became a viral phenomenon, achieving international media attention, and launched a movement to foster the creativity of more kids. Mullick's goal of raising a $25,000 college fund for Caine reached $180,000 in on-line Paypal donations by April 20, 2012 - eventually raising over $240,000, with over 10 millions views on YouTube and Vimeo. 5 days after the film was posted on-line, the Goldhirsh Foundation awarded Mullick a $250,000 grant to create a non-profit inspired by Caine's Arcade, with a mission to "find, foster, and fund creativity and entrepreneurship in kids worldwide." Mullick made a follow up film to Caine's Arcade to launch the first Global Cardboard Challenge in 2012. The Cardboard Challenge has since become a popular activity for kids in schools around the world.

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