MotoVike Films had the opportunity to teach four high school students how to make a documentary from the ground up. What they were able to produce won international awards and changed the lives of the four students that produced it. Their documentary honors Alice Seeley Harris, one of the first people to use photography as a vehicle for a human rights campaign, as an unsung hero. This documentary was entered into the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes Competition in Fort Scott, Kansas.
For more information on Kodak in the Congo, visit their website at stratave.wix.com/unsung-hero-project and for more information on the Lowell Milken Center, please visit lowellmilkencenter.org