Our film focuses on a community organization in Cebu City, Philippines called Alay Kapwa. The members live in Cebu City’s poorest slums but work together to generate income, provide early education programs for children, and support those most in need in the community

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Our film focuses on a community organization in Cebu City, Philippines called Alay Kapwa. The members live in Cebu City’s poorest slums but work together to generate income, provide early education programs for children, and support those most in need in the community. In their most recent initiative, the members make and sell greeting cards to fund a high school and college scholarship program. The film follows one of the scholarship recipients in her walk to school and the card making process, from its roots to the final sale here in Austin, Texas.

 

Filming locations: Cebu City, Philippines 
Running time: 3:17

Credits

 

Director: Skip Hobbie 
Producer: Amanda and Scott Berens 
Cinematographer: Skip Hobbie 
Editor: Whit Scott

 

The film was made by Skip Hobbie- a close friend mine and Emmy-nominated filmmaker for National Geographic. 2010 Emmy Nominated – Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Cinematography – Nature National Geographic Explorer: Climbing Redwood Giants A more complete list of films can be sent at a later date. Skip is currently out of the country making another film.