Post-Production updates

First, I'd like to thank all of the contributors to this film! Thank you to everyone who donated time, money or prayers towards the successful completion of this project. I've been back in the USA now for about a month after returning from Zambia and working…Read More

Support the documentary "Inspirations of Life" is in America's Giving Challenge—Let's win $50,000!

Hi everyone, Our cause just entered in America's Giving Challenge, which gives us a chance to win $50,000! Please donate today: http://www.causes.com/donations/select_donation_method?cause_id=254662 To win, between now and November 7th we have to get the…Read More

Back in the USA

 Wow- it's been an unforgettable 4 months in Africa! I flew in to NY yesterday. I finished shooting the documentary and I think I have over 200 hours of footage- So now the difficult editing portion begins!   I will be looking for finishing funds grants to…Read More

Zambia updates- Students selected!

Hello folks! It's been hard/expensive to get internet here but I'm at a cafe and wanted to send you an update! I've selected the 2 students that I will feature in the documentary and have begun shadowing them to film their lives. One student, Namasiku, is…Read More

Updates!

You haven't heard from me in awhile- but there's power and internet for the moment so let me send ya a quick message! I gave the girls their cameras yesterday and they were very excited! They all started shooting and learned the basics quickly- we went over…Read More

Status - Trip to Tikondane and meeting the girls

Well! Thank you to all of the new members- If you don't already know, I'm in Lusaka, Zambia to teach a group of 10 girls documentary filmmaking to help them share their stories as well as filming a documentary about the process. The plan was to go to…Read More

Food in Zambia

Hello! I've been busy! But I just wanted to share some of my experiences with you all. Food: Well, I'm getting used to n'shima the staple foot that's eaten with everything. If you've had grits from the south imagine them less runny and gritty but in a…Read More
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