DALLAS-Dec 15, 2016-
Caring For The World Films (CFTWF) latest film, CORNERSTONE, which documents the efforts of Nyaka AIDS Orphans project premiered on World AIDS day in Kampala Uganda to a capacity crowd, which included cabinet members, VIPS and humanitarians from all over the country. The film also had its US/NY premiere on Dec 13 in front of a sold out international audience, which included dignitaries from the United Nations.
Niwabine Hillary, a Nyaka pioneer graduate featured in the film said "I am so proud of how Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project is presented in CORNERSTONE. The work Director Jackson has been doing all these years has to be share with the world because he has helped so many people. He has changed the world!"
"I am humbled by the response to CORNERSTONE by the Ugandan people. It was especially important to everyone at CFTWF that they were happy with it." said Director Debi Lang who also attended. Nyaka AIDS Orphans Founder, Twesigye Jackson Kaguri said "The film is a perfect testimony of the work of Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project. Debi captured our story exceptionally and I believe it will bring more supporters our way. I can't wait to show it to the world."
CFTWF selected Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project to be profiled in a documentary after Director Debi Lang read founder Twesigye Jackson Kaguri's book "A School For My Village". She traveled with a team to Uganda in 2015 and again in January 2016 to document the work of the organization.
The CORNERSTONE screening schedule will be released in early 2017.
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