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Published on Jun 7, 2012
This documentary written, directed and produced by award-winning filmmaker Cecilia Domeyko, tells the story of three students and one teacher to talk about the World Bank´s programs to reform education in Chile. The award-winning documentary is part of the World Bank´s broadcast series, "Global Links," and aired on PBS stations in the U.S. and on networks in 95 countries. Cecilia Domeyko has produced dozens of films shot in countries around the world, many about international issues, and issues related to civil and human rights, discrimination, health and other social topics. She often travels to countries where transportation is difficult, the climate is harsh, lodging is scarce, and the areas difficult to reach. She excels at working long hours in hard conditions while bringing out the best in the people she interviews, everyone from indigenous people, to residents of impoverished areas, to politicians, CEOs and heads of state. Her work has earned her over 60 awards in the past 10 years, and in 2011 she received the Women of Vision Award, given to women who excel in the fields of journalism and film.