Hey all, we just filmed a part of the documentary film directed by a very talented director, Jennifer Azano.

Back in this January, Jen went to Uganda for a month to teach filmmaking program at a local boarding school with her co-producer, Mike DiGiacinto. At the end of the program, Jen led students to make their own short film. The film that is written, acted and made by the 14-15yrs old Ugandan students who never learned screenwriting, filmmaking or acting before!

She came back to U.S. with the footage and edited over months. This time we went to film the premiere screening of the short film at a local movie theatre.

There were a lot of emotional/beautiful moments during our 8 days stay in Uganda. We did our best to capture them.

This project is not finished yet. Stay tune!

We stayed in school and saw this every night. There were barely any electricity, tap water or gas in the villages around the school.

We stayed in school and saw this every night. There were barely any electricity, tap water or gas in the villages around the school.

Every morning and dusk, local villagers come to a well in the school to get some water for their family at home. Then they walk back to a long steep and bumpy road to get home. Those containers filled with water were heavy. 

Every morning and dusk, local villagers come to a well in the school to get some water for their family at home. Then they walk back to a long steep and bumpy road to get home. Those containers filled with water were heavy. 

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