With only a hairbrush as their microphone and an empty plastic oil-can instead of a camera, Tele Ghetto took to the streets of Haiti to give voice to the untold stories of their friends and neighbors living in the ghetto. In 2010, inspired by their work, someone gave them a small camera with which they captured life after the earthquake. This short documentary profiles Tele Ghetto as they attempt to find new hope through art and media.
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