1. Gwapa (Beautiful) // Exclusive Clip

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    This is an exclusive clip of Gwapa (Beautiful) for our featured article on TakePart.com. Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/sE3JIb Gwapa, meaning beautiful in Visayan, is the fitting title of this vibrant, real-life story that follow two Filipino families and their struggle for a healthy future. Every year, 4,000 - 5,000 Filipino children are born with cleft lip, cleft palate, or both. Cleft lip and palate are two the most common and curable of birth defects. Sadly, most clefts go unrepaired in developing countries. Just one surgery can change a child's life forever. Gwapa (Beautiful) is the first feature length documentary dedicated bringing awareness to the high number of children born with cleft deformities in the Philippines and the great need for free reconstructive surgeries among the Filipino islands. This stunning and remarkable film will draw you into a powerful tale of strength, love, determination, and hope. To learn more about the organization that provides the free surgeries featured in this film, please visit www.facesoftomorrow.org Directed by Meg Pinsonneault Produced by Lindsey Rowe, and Meg Pinsonneault Videography by Sabina Padilla & Meg Pinsonneault Shot on the Canon 5D Mark II and Canon 7D. Produced by Weird Pixel www.welcometoweird.com

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    • Gwapa (Beautiful) // Fundraising Video

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      This is film is now post production. Many thanks to our amazing donors for supporting this important film. Stay tuned for updates! www.gwapafilm.com Gwapa, meaning beautiful in Visayan, is the fitting title of this vibrant, real-life story that follow two Filipino families and their struggle for a healthy future. Every year, 4,000 - 5,000 Filipino children are born with cleft lip, cleft palate, or both. Cleft lip and palate are two the most common and curable of birth defects. Sadly, most clefts go unrepaired in developing countries. Just one surgery can change a child's life forever. Gwapa (Beautiful) is Thirsty Girl Films' first feature length documentary dedicated bringing awareness to the high number of children born with cleft deformities in the Philippines and the great need for free reconstructive surgeries among the Filipino islands. This stunning and remarkable film will draw you into a powerful tale of strength, love, determination, and hope. To learn more about the organization that provides the free surgeries featured in this film, please visit www.facesoftomorrow.org Produced By Weird Pixel www.welcometoweird.com

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      • Gwapa (Beautiful) // Teaser

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        This is film is now post production. Many thanks to our amazing donors for supporting this important film. Stay tuned for updates! www.gwapafilm.com Gwapa, meaning beautiful in Visayan, is the fitting title of this vibrant, real-life story that follow two Filipino families and their struggle for a healthy future. Every year, 4,000 - 5,000 Filipino children are born with cleft lip, cleft palate, or both. Cleft lip and palate are two the most common and curable of birth defects. Sadly, most clefts go unrepaired in developing countries. Just one surgery can change a child's life forever. Gwapa (Beautiful) is Weird Pixel's first feature length documentary dedicated bringing awareness to the high number of children born with cleft deformities in the Philippines and the great need for free reconstructive surgeries among the Filipino islands. This stunning and remarkable film will draw you into a powerful tale of strength, love, determination, and hope. To learn more about the organization that provides the free surgeries featured in this film, please visit www.facesoftomorrow.org Produced By Weird Pixel // www.welcometoweird.com

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        • Faces of Tomorrow // Trailer

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          WINNER of Best Documentary at 2010 Octaedro Film Festival in Quito. NOMINATED for Best Chronical at the 2009 Maverick Movie Awards. OFFICIAL SELECTION at the 2009 Sacramento Film and Music festival. Join this invigorating adventure to Quito, Ecuador with FACES OF TOMORROW, a non-profit group that specializes in facial reconstructive surgeries for children in developing countries. At no cost to the families, this inspiring organization brings hope, happiness, and a new beginning to so many in need. WWW.FACESOFTOMORROW.ORG for more information. Produced By Thirsty Girl Films // Now operating as Weird Pixel // welcometoweird.com

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          • Faces of Tomorrow - Photo Journal

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            Photo journal for FACES OF TOMORROW mission trip to Quito, Ecuador in January 2009. www.FacesofTomorrow.org Still photography by Meg Pinsonneault. www.welcometoweird.com

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            • Faces of Tomorrow // Short Documentary

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              WINNER of Best Documentary at 2010 Octaedro Film Festival in Quito. NOMINATED for Best Chronical at the 2009 Maverick Movie Awards. OFFICIAL SELECTION at the 2009 Sacramento Film and Music festival and the 2010 Humanity Explored Film Festival. Join this invigorating adventure to Quito, Ecuador with Faces of Tomorrow, a non-profit group that specializes in facial reconstructive surgeries for children in developing countries. At no cost to the families, this inspiring organization brings hope, happiness, and a new beginning to so many in need. For more information, please visit www.facesoftomorrow.org. Produced By Thirsty Girl Films // Now operating as Weird Pixel // welcometoweird.com

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              • Faces of Tomorrow // Short Version

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                WINNER of Best Documentary at 2010 Octaedro Film Festival in Quito. NOMINATED for Best Chronical at the 2009 Maverick Movie Awards. OFFICIAL SELECTION at the 2009 Sacramento Film and Music festival. Join this invigorating adventure to Quito, Ecuador with Faces of Tomorrow, a non-profit group that specializes in facial reconstructive surgeries for children in developing countries. At no cost to the families, this inspiring organization brings hope, happiness, and a new beginning to so many in need. For more information, please visit www.facesoftomorrowmovie.com and www.facesoftomorrow.org Produced By Thirsty Girl Films // Now operating as Weird Pixel // welcometoweird.com

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