We are thrilled to be bringing the film to the following venues soon! To see where we’ve screened in the past, treat scroll down. And to arrange your own screening, please contact us at


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Mike Seely (Additional Camera) has produced, store
directed and photographed documentaries for broadcast and film festivals worldwide.  His film The Most Distant Places (2010) about a rural hospital project in Ecuador is in distribution through New Day Films, and Blessed Fruit (co-director 2013), about reproductive rights in Guatemala, won the San Francisco International Short Film Festival Audience Award. He works with independent directors, non-profit, broadcast and commercial clients such as National Geographic, MTV2, Frontline World, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Facebook.  Recent cinematography includes: Hard Earned (prod. Kartemquin Films, Al Jazeera America 2015), Code: Debugging the Gender Gap (Tribeca 2015), and Daughters of the Forest (ITVS/PBS 2015).  He completed his MA in Documentary Film & Video at Stanford University, and explored the Polish documentary film tradition as a Fulbright Fellow in Lodz, Poland.