Why We Hike

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"A short documentary that showcases a volunteer guide at Quetzaltrekkers, a hiking/trekking organization in Quetzaltenango (Xela), Guatemala, that gives all of its profits to Escuela de la Calle and El Hogar, a school and a home built to aid street kids in Guatemala.

Find out more about the filmmakers, the subjects and Guatemala at whywehike.actualitymedia.org/

Director: Sarah Megyesy

Cinematographer: Sanna Wittner

Editor: Robin Canfield"

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