I Lost My Dream (2015) – Short Film Based Upon True Events
I Lost My Dream is a short film chronicling the true story of Moacir Zeledon. Moacir’s journey is an uplifting anecdote in the greater narrative that is humankind’s pursuit of happiness. The film premieres online the public on November 16th, 2015.
From a life of poverty and abuse in Nicaragua, Moacir fled to pursue the American dream. Along the way inflexible immigration laws and abandonment leave him alone in the Mexican city of Tapachula. It is here where he first meets Pam and Alan Skuse at children’s refuge Misión México, and the radical transformation of his life begins.
STEFAN HUNT IS A FILM MAKER.
He directs, shoots, edits, sometimes even jumps in front of the camera. But none of this really defines why he does it, and the why is important to Stefan. You see, he believes that creativity and social impact should not be separate to one another. He also believes that having fun in a professional work environment should be compulsory. He believes everyone has a story, and he has the passion to share them.
It all began in 2006 when he packed his camera, headed to the USA, bought an ice cream truck and drove to all fifty states to make a documentary. No lie. Since then he has directed commercials, TV series and award winning documentaries across the globe with one simple goal. To inspire change through creativity.