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Chances I take: A profile on Kimi Zamora

LAUSD/ USC Media Arts and Engineering students and teachers admire Kimi Zamora for her strength to keep thriving in her life both inside and outside the classroom. She proves that losing the ability to walk does not prevent her from succeeding. She is supported and accepted by friends to be herself, and her caring personality…

LAUSD/ USC Media Arts and Engineering students and teachers admire Kimi Zamora for her strength to keep thriving in her life both inside and outside the classroom. She proves that losing the ability to walk does not prevent her from succeeding. She is supported and accepted by friends to be herself, and her caring personality touches everyone she meets.

 

Produced, shot, and edited by Zion Flores and Angelica Delgado.

The equipment used to make this documentary was acquired in help from a generous grant from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

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