Film/TV living-on-one

Published on November 2nd, 2013 | by No Artificial

Living On One: Hunger and Tortillas

What does poverty mean? Could you survive on one dollar a day?

Living On One, a production and social impact studio, creates films and educational videos to increase awareness and inspire action around extreme poverty.

They journey began in 2010 when, as four university students, Zach Ingrasci, Chris Temple, Sean Leonard and Hannah Gregg took two cameras and set off for rural Guatemala to live on one dollar a day, just like 1.1 billion people in the world do.

Living on $1 a day for 56 days, they have been studying the people’s relationship with money and see how access to credit could impact their survival.

They captured their research and created a documentary, “Living on One Dollar.”

To view Hunger and Tortillas episode watch the video below and visit LivingonOne.org for more on the film tour and the group’s effort to address global poverty.



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