DOCUMENTARY "CITY OF HOPE: A CHILDREN'S STORY"

City of Hope: A Children’s Story documents the stark life of Brazil’s favela (slums) children, and is a feature-length documentary capturing the lives of displaced children caught in a seemingly unending web of drugs, violence, prostitution, sexual slavery and deliberate acts to exterminate these unwanted children. In a country with an enlightened government, it is also a film of hope and salvation as both government and Brazil’s affluent private sector work to save these children.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

CITY OF HOPE: A CHILDREN'S STORY

2 comments:

  1. Kimberly-great job! I enjoyed reading about one of your passions, the lost children of Brazil. The pix reminded me of our adventure to Brazil, seeing and experiencing the wonderful sights as well as the devastation many must endure. I think making a documentary to bring attention to the children's plight will be an enormous contribution. I will forward your blog to friends who may be able to assist financially. Hope others out there will do the same.
    All the best, Heidi

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  2. Kimberly>>as your partner, I have to say how impressed I am to see this....and am delighted your enthusiasm grows on a daily basis!!! k.y.a.l., J

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I grew up in Princeton, NJ. Spent my summers on Fire Island and Deer Isle Maine, riding my horse , traveling and exploring Princeton University. I fell in love with film at any early age and decided to go to film school. I've been able to combine my love of horses with the love of filmmaking. I also love to read what ever I can get my hands on. I found that I've excelled at still photography and love to watch people.