M Power Content is a media outlet, production company & creative studio founded by filmmaker Jeremy Power Regimbal and humanitarian Maggie Doyne. They came together to promote critical thinking through storytelling, with a focus on stories that empower positive change in our world.
Maggie Doyne is the founder of Kopila Valley Children’s Home and School in Surkhet, Nepal. At age 19, she used her life-savings to build a home for orphaned children in war-torn Nepal. In 2010, she opened a school for 400 of the remote region’s most impoverished children. Now, at age 29, Maggie is the legal guardian to 50 children and her team's grassroots community model for orphan care has begun to spread around the world.
Her work has been championed by Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Nicholas Kristof as a cover story for The NYT Magazine, the Guardian, Huffington Post, TIME, VH1, CNN, and DoSomething.org. She’s been named as Glamour Magazine's Woman of the Year and used as an example for her ground breaking work at the Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy and was named one of the 30 most influential people under 30. Maggie was honored by the Dalai Lama as an Unsung Hero of Compassion and was named CNN's Hero of the Year in 2015.
She carries the message that poverty will be alleviated when our world's children are given their most basic needs and human rights -- a loving home, food and an education. She believes this can be achieved during her lifetime.
As well as being a commercial director, and filmmaker, in his early 20’s Jeremy co-founded The Lab Magazine. The print and digital publication was distributed in over 25 countries and featured conversations between Willem Dafoe, Brit Marling, Jeremy Renner, Sam Rockwell, David Fincher, Wes Anderson, Noam Chomsky and many more!
At age 27, Jeremy’s feature-film directorial debut, In Their Skin, a powerful psychological thriller starring Selma Blair and James D’Arcy world premiered at Tribeca Film Festival – where it was acquired by IFC for an international theatrical release. The film continued on a worldwide festival run from Toronto to Paris and picked up a Golden Hugo Nomination at Chicago Film Festival while receiving praise from media outlets such as The Hollywood Reporter, New York Times & Variety.
His entry into the advertising world landed him a nomination for the Young Directors Award at the 2015 Cannes Lion Festival. His authentic visual documentary style and approach received praise in the top trades such as AdWeek, Creativity, Adage, Adland & Shots. In his short couple years in the industry he created campaigns with global brands such as MasterCard, Lulu Lemon, CitiBank, Nike & Chevrolet.
Jeremy quickly switched his passion and energy from commercial work to his first feature length documentary Love Letters For My Children, telling the raw, powerful story of American born Humanitarian Maggie Doyne mother to over 50 Nepali orphans. Jeremy now lives between Nepal, America & Canada focusing on telling stories that matter across all visual medium through MPWR CONTENT.