Award winning documentary produced by the non-profit organization Caring For The World Films.
15 year old high school student, Luigi Breve' Mazzoni is a typical urban teenager who enjoys a comfortable life in the capital city of Tegucigalpa Honduras. In 2008, Luigi and students from a private school volunteer as translators for the humanitarian aid organization Cape CARES. Far away from the remote rural areas of his country and unaware of the level of poverty of their fellow Hondurans suffer in these villages, the students, especially Luigi are deeply affected by the experience.
In 2009, Luigi ventures back to San Marcos Honduras with filmmaker Debi Lang (Caring For The World Films), to produce a documentary to share with children and teenagers about rural life, Cape CARES and their exhaustive efforts to help the people in the remote villages of El Algodonal, Los Encinitos, and San Marcos. He hopes by viewing this video, children and young people will be motivated to become involved in humanitarian causes not only in his country, Honduras, but all over the world. Recipient of 2010 Telly Award for Excellence in Editing and Excellence in Video and Film Production. 2011 Omni Award for Non Profit film production. Official selection of the 2010 Lights Camera Help Film Festival in Austin Texas. Second Place award at the Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival. Directed by Debi Lang. Music by Michael Aiken and John Dennis. Executive Producer Steve Lang. 2010© Caring For The World Films
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