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Published on Apr 17, 2014

This video was produced in collaboration between Vox Creative and Microsoft OneDrive.

See Mick's private archives: http://bit.ly/1eAVsuv
Film producer Mick Ebeling turned his father's lessons on philanthropy into Not Impossible, a non-profit aimed at improving lives through technology. He is responsible for world renowned projects such as Project Daniel, which set up what is probably the world's first ever 3D printing prosthetic lab in South Sudan to create arms for children without limbs.

In this video, Mick gives us unprecedented access to his private archives and provides never heard before stories to help us understand who he is today.

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