New Mexico: Girls Inc. of Santa Fe»
Strong, Smart, and Bold
CAVU was asked to collaborate with Girls Incorporated of Santa Fe, New Mexico to create a series of videos capturing their critical work and many achievements successfully helping young girls over the last sixty years. CAVU highlighted three young girls who grew up in the Girls Inc. community and truly embody the Strong, Smart, and Bold mission for which Girls Inc. strives.
Darién is blessed with an extraordinarily rich cultural history. For over 500 years it has been home to a diverse mix of Afro-Caribbean, indigenous and colono communities, all of them proud Dariénitas. Today, however, rapid change overwhelms both the land and its people. Unsustainable logging and road construction is quickly destroying both the forest and a way of life, and threatens consequences far beyond the region itself.
The Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary was the world’s first jaguar reserve. Today, more than twenty years after its creation, the sanctuary remains a model for wildlife conservation — and a point of pride for all Belizeans, who have long revered the jaguar in spirit and flesh.
As is the case in many Latin American countries, significant segments of El Salvador’s population live without reliable access to potable water. Agua Salvadora is a documentary about the process involved in supplying potable water to poor communities.
“La Comunidad” was shot in Tortuguero, on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast. Presented in partnership with the Caribbean Conservation Corporation ICC0, Costa Rica Ministry of Environment and Energy (MINAE) and La Comunidad Barra del Tortuguero, the film celebrates the community’s recent successes due to its conservation ethic.