360 / Virtual Reality (VR) • 8m 1s
Step into Geramy’s world, a scrappy, budding inventor, who is trying to find a better way to commute to school. Based in the Philippines, this story highlights the students that swim between the small islands in order to travel to the nearest elementary or high schools in their remote areas.
Director: Samantha Quick
Producers: Michaela Holland, Averie Timm, Lauren Burmaster, Paula Cuneo, Amy Seidenwurm
2020 | 8 min | Philippines
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