Winner, Outstanding Documentary Program 2011 Golden Screen TV Awards
Finalist, 2012 New York Festivals International Television and Film Awards
After a decade, Kara David sets out to find a young boy she met in the mining town of Paracale in Camarines Norte.
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Hope lights up for the mangyansas Kara David journeys back to Sitio Dyangdang in Bansud, Oriental Mindoro to help provide solar energy.
Howie travels to the poorest rural areas in the country to walk barefoot with children who can't even afford to buy new slippers.
Join Howie and his team on a kayak journey following the water trail from the rapids of Pagsanjan to Manila Bay's sunset.
Outstanding Televised Feature on Youth and Education, 2011 Lasallian Scholarum Awards
Winner, Best Educational Program, 2011Catholic Mass Media Awards
Sandra shares the stories of families who redefine the word "burden" in a tale of unconditional love and dedication to their physical challenged children.
Sandra Aguinaldo experiences how it is to go hungry as she lives for 3 days with one of the poorest families in Western Samar.
Winner, Silver World Medal for Documentary, 2012 New York festivals
Jay Taruc discovers the poignant stories of burn victims agonizing over long-healing wounds at Mindanao Burn Center.
Jay Taruc revisits Cagayan de Oro City during the aftermath of Typhoon Sendong to witness inspiring tales of survival even in the darkest of storms.
With English Subtitles
SRP : P 550.00