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The most distant places

Director: Mike Seely
Running time: 35’ - USA, 2010

Director’s Bio
 

Mike Seely studied Biology in 1995 at the Oberlin College, Ohio. In 2002 he studied Documentary production at the University of Washington and in 2005 he did his MA in Documentary Film and Video at the Stanford University. Currently he is under Fullbright Scholarship in Poland doing an independent study, the Polish documentary Film. Since 2001 he has made several documentaries and won several awards in international film festivals around the world. He lives in San Francisco.



Contact Director
 
Mike Seely
Τel: 001-415-845-5322
E-mail: mikeseely@gmail.com


Filmography
 
2010

The Most Distant Places

2005

Radio Grito

2004

Radio Takeover

2004 Nature’s Blueprints
2003

Hush

2002

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Production, Director: Mike Seely

 

Cinematography: Romi Chiorean, Mike Seely, John Kane

 

Editors: John Kane, Mike Seely

 

Narration: Peter Coyote, Veronica Moscoso (Spanish version)

 

Written: Mike Seely, John Kane

 

Sound: Evan Dixon, Mike Seely

 

Original Music: Phil Manley, Duo Andino

 

Sound Mix: Matthew Patterson Curry

 


Synopsis
 

Dr. Edgar Rodas has dedicated his life to improving the health conditions for underprivileged communities in his native Ecuador, and Cinterandes is his visionary mobile hospital and rural health care project. The Most Distant Places follows Dr. Rodas and his team to the far reaches of Ecuador, interweaving intimate portrayals of the doctors with stories of the patients they treat. Traveling from indigenous areas in the Andes to fishing villages on the coast to Amazonian river communities, this film is a unique and hopeful look at the challenges of providing health care for impoverished people located far from adequate medical facilities.



World sales
 
New Day Films
190 Route 17M
P.O. Box 1084
Harriman, NY 10926
Tel: 001 - 888-367-9154
E-mail: newdayfilms@frontiernet.net