3 years in the making, Wazi is finished. Let their courage and strength inspire us.
We’re almost done!!! Here are a few screenshots from today:
I was listening to NPR yesterday and heard a very interesting broadcast on the BBC titled
Check it out.
With some scenes of our film still untranslated, it seemed difficult to tell the best story possible. As chance would have it, Ryan and I happened to meet Kevin, an ex-Peace Core volunteer one night at a bar in Montreal. We learned that Kevin was based in Tanzania, and shared some laughs talking about what it was like over there. When we told him about Wazi, he immediately expressed an interest in the film, and offered to help if we needed it.
We had originally thought that we might be able to work something out virtually, but later decided it would be better if he could come to NY and work with us. Kevin being the kind of guy that never says no to adventure, seized the opportunity to come hang out in the city for a few days, and be part of our project.
We’ve been spending the last few days glued to our screens, filling in the gaps, and assembling an outline.