Sunday, November 29, 2020
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On August 29, 2012 The National Press Club in Washington, DC screened the film Well of Dreams. The film was very well received. Following the film there was a moderated panel discussion with the film crew and Warren Callaway, Anne Okelo’s mentor. It was an exciting opportunity for the team. In attendance were several officers of the National Press Club along with reporters from a number of national news organizations.  (Read More ...)

The trip to Kenya was amazing and so was all of the support that we felt from our friends and family back here in the US. We are thrilled to report that all of the footage and talent releases made it home safely. We have viewed and logged the footage and it’s stunning. Anne’s story far surpassed our expectations. It is a story of determination and inspiration. Currently our focus is to edit the film and get it submitted to the Sundance Film Festival by mid September. It is a daunting task but we are going to make it. We have set up a Kickstarter page to help fund the film. In... (Read More ...)

Over the course of the last 10 days we have been raising money to meet a need in Anne’s village. She had asked us to try to find a corporation that would donate sanitary napkins to the girls and women of her village. She said that they are luxury items that nobody in her village can afford. And so for the young girls, they end up missing 4-5 days of school each month when they have their cycle. I could hardly believe it. And I wasn’t alone. Over the July 4th holiday I was at my Mother’s and she had some of her friends over. We were talking about my upcoming trip to Africa... (Read More ...)

Nancy Legath is a first grade teacher at the Pickering Valley Elementary School.  Her son, Dan Frantz, is part of the film crew that will be traveling to Kenya next month to shoot the documentary film – Well of  Dreams.  Together, Nancy and Dan thought it would be neat to have the first graders Nancy teaches – send something for the children in Kenya.  We talked with Anne – the subject of our film – about what to send and she met with the people in her village.  They told us that they thought it would be wonderful if we could bring them a few soccer balls. Apparently... (Read More ...)

I’m a big Oprah fan. She is just inspiring. And if you didn’t see her very last show, I suggest you find a friend that might have taped it because it is a master class in life. Her insights, wisdom and advice were fantastic. I had also heard that she was going to announce her favorite guest of all time and I had my thoughts as to who it might be. My guess was John Travolta, whom I also adore. But I was wrong. Oprah’s favorite guest of all time was a woman named Tererai Trent, a Zimbabwean woman who, in Oprah’s words, was “not allowed to have an education,” was... (Read More ...)