(broadcast video) is a 29 minute educational documentary television program intended for general audiences, students in schools and advocacy purposes worldwide. The program examines a day in the life of a tribal community in the uplands of Mindanao, Philippines, that has struggled successfully to regain its ancestral land and identity in the destructive aftermath of commercialized logging. The program was made possible with support from the Ford Foundation, Fulbright Senior Scholar Research Grant, and other grant support. I was the Producer, Director and Editor of the program. I transported a complete system of professional media production equipment (Betacam SP system, Avid Media Composer workstation, etc) and produced a series of programs about environmental and social issues. This example of work has been screened and awarded prizes in many film/video festivals worldwide. (2001) Winner: EarthVision Film Festival, Istanbul Documentary Festival, Cornell University Environmental Film Festival, others.