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Earth Train welcomes Jane Goodall and Roots & Shoots Leaders from 12 countries to Panama
We have a film under development on Roots & Shoots in the Americas being directed by Pituka Ortega Heilbron, a co-production of Hypatia Films and Earth Train. Pituka organized an 8-person international film crew to record the conference.
For a tiny sampler of the quality material that Pituka has “in the can”, see: Documentary Preview.
Sony of Latin America has come on board as a sponsor and donated to Earth Train four HD video cameras. Earth Train has sent them off to Roots & Shoots youth groups in Argentina, Boliva, Mexico and Panama. We expect to receive material from these four Roots & Shoots groups which Pituka will edit and incorporate into the final film.
The Panorama Magazine at COPA Airlines covered the conference with this article written by Roberto Quintero with photos of Luis Eduardo Guillén.
Summary of Earth Train's program for Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots, November 2011:
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